Rwanda-based Bank of Kigali has selected Fiorano Software’s platform for its digital transformation project.

The assignment involves integration with Bank of Kigali’s Temenos T24 Core Banking Solution with support for online and offline banking features.

Fiorano ESB and Fiorano API Management will form the backbone of all integrations in the bank’s environment, the technology vendor said.

The integration will allow payment channels like mobile banking and internet banking with a wide range of lending services.

Fiorano said that it will replace the bank’s point-to-point integration with a scalable microservice-centric architecture built over an ESB.

The technology vendor will also standardise the bank’s digital payment options and mobile payments by integrating the bank’s Temenos Core Banking System with its ATM and Card Management Systems through Fiorano ESB.

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Also, the lender’s Paretix lending system is service-enabled with Fiorano ESB, while Fiorano API Management is used to expose these services, which include account creation and loan lending requests, securely to end-users.

Established in 1966, Bank of Kigali serves more than 258,000 retail customers in addition to 26,000 corporate clients.