Accelerate digital transformation and create unforgettable customer journeys.
With WaveMaker low-code, compose custom applications with existing investments,
at speed and scale. Build reusable banking components (also known as Prefabs),
develop custom business logic, and leverage the low-code platform’s plug ‘n’ play model.
Recent increase in personalization and real-time decision-making needs from end-users has rendered modernization as no longer a technology decision, but a business one.
However, just the intent to modernize is not enough. Fast execution is the need of the hour. This accelerated transformation can be achieved by incorporating a tool like low-code in traditional people-dependent development strategies.
WaveMaker offers multiple functionalities that help companies in every stage of their transformation journey. Read some real stories that illustrate a few ways in which our customers have used the platform to their benefit
One of the top 10 banks in America built a dispute management system that compiled credit and transaction details of complainants, collected from several systems using our API-enabled open platform
A credit scoring giant modernized its complex core platform in months by building reusable and upgradable prefabs on our platform; thus enabling flexible product capability rollout and customizations
A large fintech company white-labeled a custom developer studio under its portfolio using our integrable platform, ease of usage, predictable licensing model, and zero lock-in to infrastructure and code
At WaveMaker, we have developed a platform fit for legacy systems and contemporary fintech partners to work seamlessly in harmony. Here’s how WaveMaker low-code will make your digital journey easier:
It is purpose-built for professional developers; but also empowers citizen developers with the freedom of open, extensible, readable, mixable, exportable, and readable real code behind foundation
It is built on a microservices approach which enables solution providers to align with the customer journeys envisioned by banks and line up with external partners