Latinia, REDEBAN MULTICOLOR’s new strategic partner for SMS Banking

Latinia, the software company specializing in SMS messaging integration platforms for mobile financial services, announced today that REDEBAN MULTICOLOR will join its portfolio of customers. REDEBAN MULTICOLOR offers cardholders, financial institutions and merchants a technology platform for electronic transmission and routing of transactions done via points of sale, automatic tellers, audio response systems, mobile banking (SIM card based), and SMS services, on the latter… Continue reading »

Latinia receives CMMI 2, the most esteemed certificate of quality in the software industry

Latinia, a company that develops infrastructure software, has just received the Level 2 CMMI certification, an international Standard that measures the maturity and quality of software processes in an organization, and which is granted by Carnegie-Mellon University on behalf of the SEI (Software Engineering Institute, a research and development center sponsored by the United States Department of Defense). “The certificate directly benefits our entire… Continue reading »

Recognition of the business units’ needs and transferring it to quality attributes in an infrastructure, main conclusions of the 2nd Latinia mBanking Webinar “Examples of Integration in Financial Institutions”

Accurately identifying and understanding the scope of the financial entity’s business units’ needs and transferring these requirements to quality attributes in an infrastructure were the main conclusions of the 2nd Latinia mBanking Webinar. This time it addressed the integration aspects of a middleware solution in the financial institutions’ corporate information application and system environments. The event was once again graced by Grupo Banco Popular’s… Continue reading »

Latinia promotes its support unit with ITIL Foundation Certificates

Latinia, a software infrastructure development company, has just obtained ITIL Foundations certificates for all of its Support team as well as Service Manager for its Unit manager. This coincided with the week during which the first ITIL Conference held outside of England took place, in Barcelona. According to Carlos Moreno, Latinia’s Operations Manager, this certification “gives the company a new competitive edge, in this… Continue reading »

“Mobile banking should not fish on online banking fishing grounds”, according to Latinia

“It is in the channels where banking has the highest costs per contact where mobile financial services (MFS) should seek new consumers, not only in online banking because that by definition already shares cost structures (for the bank) as light as the mobile channel. Planning on securing new users among the institution’s online customer segment means losing the opportunity to cut the cost per… Continue reading »

The mobile channel, omnipresent in Spanish banking

Only one of the 50 main Spanish financial institutions does not have any type of mobile service in its offering of financial services. Ninety-eight percent of those top 50 institutions have at least one mobile financial service (MFS) in its multi-channel selection (penetrations of 92% in SMS and 65% in WAP), 62% has at least two technologies (SMS and WAP) in their offer, and… Continue reading »

Latinia increases its commitment to Latin America in CL@B 2009

Latinia, in its firm commitment toward the Latin American market is attending, during these few days, the 9th Strategic Conference of Technology and Financial Marketing (CL@B) of Miami. This is the main place for meeting and exchanging practical cases between bankers and leading technology and financial marketing executives from Latin America. Under the title of “Technology and marketing equals productivity and efficiency”, close to… Continue reading »

Latinia joins Oracle® PartnerNetwork

Latinia, a company specializing in middleware product software infrastructure, just formalized its entry to the Oracle® Partner Network. “Although our relationship on the one hand with Oracle and on the other with BEA was intense because of the concentration of some of their products in implementing our middleware solutions, after Oracle acquired BEA, it made more sense to unify both programs and manage the… Continue reading »

Banks without a mobile strategy in 2009 run the risk of going offside according to Latinia

Mexico City, Wednesday, July 16.- “The rules of the game will start to change significantly starting in 2009”. The clout of cell phones in Mexican society obligate financial institutions to include them in their multi-channel strategies any way you look at it”, according to Francesc Perez, Latinia’s business director. He is leading the Spanish software company’s expansion in that region. Banking and cellular telephony… Continue reading »

More than 100 million “financial” SMS per year

Through our platform products, our financial sector customers are already nearing the figure of 10 million SMSs per month. This is an undoubtedly major percentage of all SMS mobile banking communications made every month in Spain”, stated company sources. “Its constant and sustained growth over the past years, especially intense in these past few months, is the product, on the one hand, of greater… Continue reading »

Latinia brings together the CIOs of the principal Mexican banks at a Spanish wine tasting ceremony

Last Tuesday, Latinia brought together the main CIOs and other IT executives from the main financial institutions at the Riedel Wine Bar in Mexico City at its presentation before the national banking industry. The event, a big success, was graced with the presence of representatives of leading companies in the use and operation of mobile banking and financial services via cell phones, and it… Continue reading »

The importance of mobile financial services is highlighted

Mobile messaging platforms (SMS) occupy the fourth communication channel with customers of banking services after branch offices, telephone and Internet banking, assured a study conducted by Spanish firm Latinia. “Considering that by the end of the year 2010 there will be more mobile lines than people in Mexico, mobile messaging platforms will become the factor that will mark the difference between banks”, it stresses…. Continue reading »