November 24, 2016
The European FinTech software vendor SDK.finance is announcing a system architecture upgrade that will enhance system productivity and enables a faster and frictionless solution execution process for its clients.
The company’s system upgrade program has started with the implementation of AngularJS 2.0 framework and Oracle JET components. Details on the next steps of the program are to be unveiled by the end of the year.
The implementation of AngularJS 2.0 framework will strengthen the company’s position as a mobile-first FinTech solution provider. According to team of developers who worked on AngularJS 2.0, its key advantages include:
Another step in the transformation program has been the implementation of Oracle JET’s UI-enterprise components. Oracle JET supplies a rich set of UI components, leverages an open-source technology and provides unique features for the web and mobile app development.
CTO of SDK.finance Pavlo Sidelov said, (The) component-based AngularJS 2.0 framework makes it possible to split front-end and back-end operations, resulting in an increased consistency and improved performance of the entire system. Moreover, the framework is quickly gaining popularity in the developers’ community, which can tangibly facilitate any support issues. The implementation of UI-enterprise components from Oracle JET has brought another major change in terms of operability. It enables both SDK.finance and ISV (independent software vendors) to build cutting-edge user interfaces for the web and mobile applications in a fast and seamless way, and is instrumental in cementing SDK.finance as an enterprise-oriented company.
CEO of SDK.finance Alex Malyshev said, The implemented system architecture enables SDK.finance to fully leverage the mobile-first concept which prevails in Asia Pacific and is emerging in the US and the UK. Asia is currently one of our top priority markets in terms of geographical expansion and we hope to benefit billions of customers via partnerships with local FinTech companies.
According to Euromonitor’s digital research (conducted across the 46 markets), mobile-driven commerce is expected to grow from US$972.25 billion in 2016 to US$3 trillion by 2021. As of 2016, China has accounted for 58% of mobile-based commerce across those 46 markets, with Chinese consumers making more payments via mobile devices than computers for the first time in 2015.
We are constantly looking for ways to improve and stay agile and reliable business partners to our clients. High quality, speed, low cost and outstanding security are paramount in each and every solution we build, but we also think several steps ahead of our clients to meet their rapidly evolving needs, added Alex Malyshev.
About Angular 2: AngularJS 2.0 is a full-platform successor to Angular 1.0. The component-based framework boasts of an improved speed and performance and is cross-platform oriented.