Launch instant payments out of the box on RTP, FedNow and SEPA(coming soon)
Connect to all domestic, international and instant rails using one API & one UX
Allow developers & platform providers to test connections to all rails using Finzly Connect API
Enjoy 99.99% availability on a platform designed to process millions of transactions/minute
Connect from your payment channels, initiate, track status 24x7, receive and respond to payment requests with complete visibility & reporting to the end user.
Single API for clients & fintech partners to connect their platforms & ERP/Accounting systems with bank accounts to manage transactions and payments.
Experience consistent, rich and structured payments data that is ISO 20022 compliant for both domestic, instant and cross-border payment rails.
Multiple level of approvals, multi-factor authentication, duplicate checks, limit checks, compliance screening, plug & play into any compliance/risk systems.
Simply connect with your existing infrastructure and channels using plug & play architecture. Enjoy quicker time to market using our plug & play components.
Support ACH, Fedwire, SWIFT & instant rails on FedNow & RTP. Centrally manage batch schedules, repair queues, returns, rejects, NOCs & process instant payments.
Manage user permissions, limits, fees, approvals, compliance/fraud screening, automatically credit/debit accounts, track payments & journal entries.
Customize your payment workflow to suit your institution's compliance & processing needs by simply adding new processing rules or modify existing workflows.
Chief Operating Officer, Veritex Community Bank
EVP, Head of Strategy, New Product & Innovation, Mode Eleven
There’s no longer a reason for your bank to lack competitive, technological advantages. Instead, you’re free to innovate at the speed of fintech so both you and your customers have the services you need to thrive in today’s world.
Banks that trust Finzly
Banks have traditionally catered to the payment needs of their customers with disjointed and rationed solutions provided by legacy technology, resulting in payments being deemed as cost centres.
Payment infrastructure modernization projects have been put on steroids at many banks as a groundwork to meet the unprecedented demand for agility, speed and convenience in payments.
Customers have begun expressing their desire for more streamlined payment automation, exacerbated by the real-time payments movement, the emergence of FedNow, and the ease of embedded payments.