VeriTran, a company that is looking to transform digital banking through its low-code platform, announced last week its official business expansion into the U.S with the opening of its Miami, Florida and New York offices.
Founded in 2005, the company reported that its low-code platform allows users create apps in record time with a visual and intuitive model, taking advantage of accelerators that are prebuilt by a global community, and without writing a single line of code. The company, which is currently operating in Latin America, is seeking to extend its platform, giving financial organizations across the globe the opportunity to build digital applications that they currently do not have the capability to create with today’s standard technology offerings.
“VeriTran enables the financial services industry to integrate emerging technology into legacy systems, safely and securely improving deployment times and delivery costs. VeriTran’s platform is currently used by more than 50 banks, reaching 14 million users who safely run more than 10 billion transactions annually, making VeriTran a global leader in digital banking and payments solutions.”
Speaking about the expansion, VeriTran Founder and CEO, Marcelo González., stated:
“After leading the financial industry’s digital transformation for over a decade in Latin America, we’re excited to expand our capabilities into new markets in order to accelerate the development of products and services that will make life easier for our clients’ end users.”
Omar Arab, Vice President of Corporate Business Development at VeriTran, added:
“The opportunities for digital transformation are countless but success requires the right tools, resources and strategies, which we think we’re uniquely positioned to provide to our clients. We look forward to entering the United States in order to grow our footprint in digital banking and payments.”