Thanks to Fabrick you can find a supplier for more complex architectural functions to make the best of new opportunities with effective and quick answers to new market challenges.
thanks to the automatic update when regulations change.
from a single API point to owned contingency machines.
More effective management of algorithms and big data ensures constant data control.
with Banking-as-a-Service solutions ready to integrate, leaving the IT heavy lifting to us.
Monetising data, overcoming service competition, taking advantage of technology platforms, and developing smart solutions are all key for banking and financial services today. Fabrick stands as a solid and scalable partner to achieve business goals, streamline processes and enhance the customer experience thanks to integrated services tailored to their needs.
Ready-to-integrate solutions allow you to more easily access untapped market segments or needs.
At your service, thanks to end-to-end security solutions, based on artificial intelligence.
In order to leverage the opportunities that come with the regulation, thanks to the Fabrick’s AISP and PISP licence.
Enable your customers to access capital quickly, securely and easily from the place where they manage their finances.
Improving multi-provider payment processing and simplifying information and reconciliation flows.
The gateway to accept Ecommerce and in-app payments, with 250 alternative payment methods and 20 acquirers.
Real-time risk analysis leverages online SCA, improving acceptance rates.
Offering post-authorisation fraud control and 100% reimbursement of unidentified fraud.
Access transactional data and enable companies to create value-added services.
The solution for account-to-account (A2A) payments, improving security, reconciliation and speed of execution.
The suite of solutions to speed up and facilitate companies' access to credit.
The latest economic slowdown has had a negative effect on the valuations of technology companies around the world. Such an impact has been extreme in the FinTech sector. According to the Financial Times, the valuation of US-listed FinTech companies has been reduced by almost half a trillion dollars since 2020.