• FINkers United® is an open source community built around the FinTP® Project. It serves for FinTech enthusiasts, be them IT developers or financial experts.

    FinTP is an open source application for processing financial transactions, meant to be used as an open platform in a strictly regulated market. By achieving a large footprint within its target market, FinTP will push financial transactions interoperability forward, from the current message syntax standard layer towards interpretation of transactions.

  • FinTP is an application that provides automation of business processes. It processes financial transactions and achieves compliance to standards and regulations.

    FinOps Suite is an extension of FinTP that addresses flows pertaining to SMEs or corporations, ensuring consolidation of treasury and financial business to optimize the resources allocation and efficiency, and providing a single view of the financial operations, cash reporting and forecasting, accounting reconciliation, transaction filtering, all customized for company usage.

  • The automated testing tool is a functional extension of FinTP, designed to make the testing process more objective. Its main purpose is to assist and help people involved in the testing and validation process, providing fast and complete checks of FinTPc after the initial installation, after configuration changes, after the installation of major releases or patches (regression testing), after installation of new features.

    It is built as a collection of modules that can be used on their own to test certain business or technical functionalities. The automated testing is performed:

    –        in different deployment architectures;

    –        for different versions of prerequisites;

    –        for different technical interfaces with other applications;

    –        for custom configurations.

  • The benchmarking tool is a tool that provides performance reports required by infrastructure architects in corporations.

    This tool assists technical teams in investigating performance issues and in validating a combination of deployment architectures (hardware and software) and operational architectures (different flows and configurations).

target audience

benefits

Financial

• No license fee
• Vendor independence
• Up-to-date technology

Transparency

• Auditable source code
• Available documentation
• Direct interaction with peers or
other users of the application

Speed

• Quick time to market
• Fast auditing

features

Flow automation and integration

Process payments and automate business flows, ensuring resilience, persistance. Native ISO20022 support. Business flow consolidation.

Compliance

To local or international standards and regulatory requirements for the financial industry.

End-to-end Interoperability

Between software platforms, legacy applications, distribution channels, new services, customer interfaces. Connect heterogeneous back-office systems to external networks or market infrastructures.

Operational features

Accounting reconciliation, duplicate detection, transaction validation and filtering, alerts, remittances, eArchive. Business continuity.

Reporting

Liquidity reporting, forecasting, competitive reports, custom reports.

Financial transactions

Credit transfer, direct debit, debit instruments, securities, instant payments, FX/MM.

Projects

FinTP allows financial (banks, insurance companies, microfinance institutions, brokers etc.) and non-financial (corporations, SMEs, public administration etc.) institutions to exchange financial transactions through ‘messages’. It performs basic ETL processes and maintains an ISO 20022 compliant central message repository that allows business intelligence to be built on top of it.

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