W3Care Technologies - Speeding up Online Banking Processes
Technology has changed the way banks are delivering services to their customers. It has now become networked banking services rather than paper and branch based banks. IT has played a major role in helping private and public sector banks expand their operations. Research firm Technavio has forecasted that the BFSI IT Market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.15 percent over the period 2014-2019. Apart from leading IT giants, SMEs developing database driven websites for banking and financial institutions have also been playing a pivotal role in improving BFSI service. Jaipur headquartered W3Care Technologies is one of the IT companies which enables various banks and financial institutions to deliver their services easily to their end customers.
W3Care Technologies provides support for the information gathering process when its client is selecting the system
Along with its headquarter in Jaipur, the company has state-of-the-art software development center in India’s capital. By leveraging its 5,000 square feet technology infrastructure, W3Care Technologies develops websites for banking and financial institutions. “Every website that W3Care Technologies develops is integrated with fully-secured features and functionalities so that the end customer has memorable online experience,” explains Satya Prakash, CEO at W3Care Technologies. He adds that to deal with specific financial segments, his team ensures to integrate heterogeneous financial features and functionalities. Since its inception in 2010, the company has been helping well known financial institutions to focus on their core business activities. Satya boasts of proficient designers of W3Care Technologies who have proven skills and expertise in generating the best ideas in the market. “Our team of experienced and specialized coding experts is completely adept at handling even sophisticated or complicated challenges, when it comes to developing database driven websites for BFSI,” adds Satya. Apart from handling complicated challenges, W3Care Technologies helps clients in understanding the upgradation process of banking websites and other risks involved in it.
In addition, W3Care Technologies also provides support for the information gathering process when its client is selecting the system so that it can understand various requirements. All these factors make the company confident in handling any challenge while developing a banking website. Apart from developing a comprehensive banking website, Satya’s team also takes care of software testing. “We are responsible to all of our clients to provide a bug-free website. This is why we take extreme measures to ensure that all of the websites and applications we create are completely tested before they become live,” adds Satya. He opines that in the near future banks and financial institutions will increase investments in digital solutions and modernize back-end systems. According to him, consumers will get better online shopping experiences that will allow them to perform quick and safer transactions. “In the near future there will be more diversified online payment options for consumers and businesses,” signs off Satya. We are responsible to all of our clients to provide a bug-free website. This is why we take extreme measures to ensure that all of the websites and applications we create are completely tested before they become live.
This article can also be found here - http://bfsi.cioreviewindia.com/vendor/2016/w3care_technologies.
No more Comments
Subscribe to our Blog
- Android or iOS – What Should Be Your Choice When You Have Budget Constraints
- 10 Reasons why Craft is the Best CMS in the Market Today
- WooCommerce VS Magento: Which platform to choose for Ecommerce?
- Why Laravel Is Best Amongst Other Php Frameworks?
- How to Choose a Magento Developer - A Brief Guide
- Top 7 Processes a Custom Web Development Company Follows to Successfully Execute Your Project
- Rules to Follow for Good UI Design for Every Web Design Project
- Infographic: ExpressionEngine VS WordPress: Which one is better?