Australian fintech and challenger bank Tyro is set to launch a new set of financial solutions for small to medium enterprises (SMEs). Founded in 2001, Tyro describes itself as Australia’s largest independent EFTPOS provider, focusing on smaller to medium enterprises. The company states it is now has a license from APRA to offer banking products and deposits with its platform are government guaranteed. The company currently has 20,000 customers and has $42.2 billion in transaction.
“Our highly developed engineering capability is central to our successful disruption of the financial services sector. We build every aspect of our solution infrastructure in-house and own the entire technology stack. Because we create our own bespoke solutions, benefits can be realised early as Agile enables us to bring new features to market fast.
“Frequent feedback from users prevents waste and software engineers can modify before it is too late. Essentially, collaboration leads to products that remove the friction in banking and empower Australia’s SMEs to prosper. As a fintech, we value engineering excellence and push the boundaries of innovation to fundamentally improve the banking experience for Australian businesses.”
Backed by Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes, Tyro added it continues to excel in its mission to put customers at the heart of everything they do, providing Australian SMEs with leading-edge products and services, to help improve and grow their businesses.