Through the collaboration, customers already using AWS cloud services will have wider access to Yapily’s next-generation financial data and payment initiation solutions.
Yapily said this means that businesses across Europe will be able to develop “more innovative and personalised experiences” for their customers.
AWS Marketplace features more than 12,000 products and services, and given Yapily’s sandbox credentials, developers using AWS can test data and potential customer flows before going to a ‘live’ environment.
Yapily also announced the introduction of a roadmap of additional features onto AWS Marketplace over the coming months, to “enhance” its data and payment solutions for cloud-based customers.
Christian Ball, head of partnerships at Yapily, called the listing “an exciting development” in its work with AWS.
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“Together, we are bringing access to Open Banking infrastructure to a wider audience, helping organisations design and develop more inclusive and efficient products and services in the cloud,” Ball said.
“Open Banking is just the start of the journey towards Open Finance; it’s critical that organisations have simple and seamless access to the right technology, as well as the ability to test their services, along the way.”
In July 2021, Yapily secured $51 million in Series B financing in a round led by Sapphire Ventures, to fund its European expansion.