Auriga Sums Up the Results of iFin-2015

logo_iFin2015In February 2015, Auriga took part in the 15th International Forum iFin “Electronic Financial Services and Technologies.”

As per tradition, the event gathered under one roof the leading players of the Russian electronic financial services market and top managers from the largest banks and financial institutes. Over 40 leading Russian and international companies, software developers, and OEMs participated in the event. This year, iFin saw almost 600 attendees from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Russian regions, and other countries. Continue reading

FinNext-2015: “The Smartest, Most Analytical and Informed for the Win”

finnext2015On February 25, you will have a great opportunity to meet with us personally at the FinNext-2015‑the Forum of Financial Innovations that will take place in Moscow’s Digital October Center. For the third year in a row this event gathers together developers of innovative solutions in the area of financial services and their potential customers, including large banks, reputed investment and insurance companies, and venture funds. Continue reading

Auriga Would Like to Meet You at the International Forum iFin-2015

ifinAuriga will participate in one of the key events in the area of electronic financial services in Russia ‑ the International Forum iFin-2013 “Electronic financial services and technologies”. The forum that celebrates its 15th anniversary this year will take place February, 3-4, 2015 in Moscow. Over the last 15 years, this event has become one of the most reputed annual events in the area of IT for banking industry in Russia. Continue reading

Auriga Has Successfully Completed Two Projects

In the first quarter of 2014, Auriga successfully completed two projects for high-profile customers in the area of banking services and mobile applications. Both projects were highly appreciated by the customers and brought to end users.

Since 2009, we have enjoyed successful cooperation with one of the largest banks in Russia. The latest project—an automated system for the processing of loan, credit, and payroll debit card applications—was delivered to the customer in February.
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