Cidenet is now part of Colombia Fintech!
Laura Tapias Ramírez
Cidenet is a software development company with clients in Colombia, Central America and the United States that work for the health, logistics, finance, banking, insurance, entertainment and startups sectors. Thus, being part of Colombia Fintech enhances its main objective:
To guarantee the competitiveness of its clients, through high-impact technological solutions that contribute to improve the quality of life of people, and boost economic and social growth.
Since its founding in 2012, Cidenet works under an agile software factory model, with a team focused on finding effective solutions to the needs of its customers. For this reason, it is important to generate connections with partnerships that contribute to the company’s purpose.
“We are very happy and grateful for the opportunity to be part of Colombia Fintech. At Cidenet, we believe that we can continue contributing to this sector from our work, which is software development. We want to contribute with our experience so that companies in our sector can continue to complete their projects, and reach new users in a different way”, said Bryan Zapata, CEO of Cidenet.
The purpose of Cidenet and Colombia Fintech’s alliance is to create long-term relationships with the various agents of the financial and technological sector at a local, national and international level, and contribute to the growth of the technological investment in Latin America through their services and knowledge.
Flypass, a successful case in the Fintech sector.
Flypass is an electronic payment service forvehicles. This device is similar to a digital wallet that allows paying tolls and parking lots. It was developed by both F2X and Cidenet development teams, and has been a case of success in the financial and tech sector. This platform is under continuous development by teams made up of developers from both companies.
“It was a great integration for the platform, because it gives allows the end user to be more versatile in the payments of the services associated with the vehicles,” explained Santiago Andrés Montoya, Development Leader of the project.
From the beginning, we sought to provide convenience and agility to users to make payments related to their vehicles electronically. Therefore, a web platform was created to manage these accounts. In addition, integrations were made with the financial system in Colombia, allowing users to pay from their associated account, recharge and review their activity.