Mambu, a software as a service (SaaS) banking platform, has received the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Financial Services Competency certification. Mambu states it will be one of the first companies to benefit from the new program that launched at re:Invent in Las Vegas. According to Mambu, the majority of their clients are already running on AWS and becoming a part of this program will ensure they receive the maximum benefits.
The AWS Financial Services Competency is focusing on the AWS Partner Network (APN) members in three categories: Risk Management, Core Systems, and Data Management. Mambu had to achieve specific requirements in order for them to be a recognized partner. The requirements included going through an architectural assessment by AWS, ensuring Mambu has demonstrated industry expertise, readily implemented solutions that align with AWS architectural best practices and have staff with AWS-certifications.
“Mambu is proud to be one of the first companies to have achieved this acknowledgment from AWS and we are proud to be working with one of the global leaders in cloud infrastructure to ensure we have a leading SaaS platform for banking in the years to come,” said Eugene Danilkis, CEO of Mambu. “Cloud providers like AWS are the future of agile, cost-effective infrastructure, which will be the backbone of fintech and banks alike in the future.”
Established in 2011, Mambu has deployed in more than 150 locations in 37 countries worldwide.