Keeping constant innovation at its core, SELISE had the pleasure of working with numerous fintech companies over the years – each presenting unique needs and challenges. From developing game-changing platforms from scratch to business consultancy for streamlining core process, the objective was always the same: craft software solutions that are simple, yet ingenious.
The Swiss Life Group is one of Europe’s leading insurance providers. With its global insurance business headquartered in Luxembourg, the company aimed at connecting its Network partners around the globe digitally. A layer of digital correspondence would make relevant business information accessible from any device, any location and at any given moment.
SELISE continues to engage with more and more organizations from the financial sector, ranging from large insurance companies to fintech startups. These companies naturally require comprehensive data protection measures throughout their entire value proposition. The European Union (EU) is arguably the world’s strictest jurisdiction when it comes to protecting data, and comprises of a substantial part of SELISE’s customer base. Therefore, when SELISE decided to tackle the issue of privacy and data security, it only made sense that the benchmark was set to that of the EU and nothing less. Switzerland, where SELISE has its headquarter, is closely following EU […]
Capital Business is a leading Business Magazine in Middle East focusing on business best practices and is a publication accredited by the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). Recently, Capital Business took an exclusive interview of Julian A. Weber, CEO, SELISE rockin’ software where he talks about the importance of e-Business development to corporate innovation.
A particular Asian government recently faced a severe problem that required immediate attention- it was a matter that affected over 10 million of its emigrating citizens- one pertaining to the issuing of national passports. The call for IT integration beckoned as the two private System Integration Solution Providers, who had previously collaborated on the same project, were now undergoing legal disputes.