Canopus Platform
The entire range of our products is based on powerful and versatile financial platform
Canopus.

The platform provides not only accounting functions, but full business process automation functions of a present-day financial institution— STP mode (Straight Through Processing).
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Advantages
Platform-based solutions
Architecture
Архитектура
  • Operates in multi-currency mode. All account balances are updated in real time as transactions are executed and confirmed.
  • It allows to organize a multi-level monitoring of transactions. The system supports a powerful internal audit, separation of powers and user privilege system.
  • It consists of two main subsystems: back office and client web interface (front office). The back office includes the operator/manager module and administrator module.
  • It has a modular structure.
  • Easily integrates with other external systems due to open architecture and flexible API.
  • It supports multilingual capability both at the input / stored data level and at the user/client interface level.
Development stages of the Canopus platform-based solution
System setting up
  • Customization of reference tables, tariffs and tariff rules, limits, etc.
  • Customization of data exchange with external systems and banks; user profiles and access authorities.
  • Customization of menu structure and physical appearance of the web application.
Testing
  • System testing, running through all business processes.
Commissioning
  • Putting the system into trial operation, generation of a list of a punch list / suggestions.
  • After testing and remedial actions, putting the system into normal operation.
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News
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20 February 2019

PSD2: All change for electronic payments

Mark McMurtrie, Payments Consultancy Ltd The European Payment Service Directive (PSD2) regulations came into force in January 2018 in order
24 January 2019

European Commission hits Mastercard with EUR570 million fine over interchange rules

The European Commission has bashed Mastercard with a EUR570 million fine for obstructing merchant access to low-cost cross-border payment services.
24 January 2019

Sberbank partners supermarket for fingerprint payments

Russia's Sberbank has teamed up with supermarket chain Azbuka Vkusa to let shoppers pay for groceries with their fingerprints. Once
14 January 2019

UnionPay Steps Into UK With Prepaid Corporate Cards

China payment card issuer UnionPay is stepping into the market with prepaid cards for corporates and consumers, the company announced
26 December 2018

TransferGo completes $17.5 million funding round

Remittance outfit TransferGo has closed a Series B funding round of $17.5 million, led by Vostok Emerging Finance and Hard
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