Banco Santander’s corporate clients in Spain used to interact through an exclusively transactional channel with significant room for improvement: a new private portal was defined, which would allow for the upgrading of generic transaction applications into portals encompassing relational, transactional and business services, with a specific vision for each profile.

ClientBanco SantanderSectorBankingTechnologyMicroservices, Agile, UX

Incorporating a new microservices architecture to separate the front office from the back office (isolating the business from the presentation technology or device).

Focus on Time to Market

Speeding up the time to market of business initiatives with new technologies and a development method that enables the acceleration of the incorporation of new requirements (Agile).

Modernizing Legacy Systems

Reducing the operating costs related to obsolete technologies (legacy), and eliminating dependency on technologies with a high operating cost due to maintenance (CGIs and BKS).

Cutting-Edge Architecture

Incorporating new microservices architecture to separate the front office from the back office (isolating the business from the presentation technology or device.

Increasing Usability

Incorporating a new graphic design and UX focus to drastically improve the user experience.