22 February 2019
Endava was granted the “OUTSOURCING PROJECT OF THE YEAR” award
During the 2019 edition of the ANIS Gala, Endava was granted the “OUTSOURCING PROJECT OF THE YEAR
” award for BT Pay, the first mobile wallet launched by a Romanian bank, based on the Visa Token Service and the MasterCard Digital Enablement Service.
Founded in 1998, ANIS is an important Romanian IT association, representing the interests of companies operating here and supporting the development of the industry. The ANIS Gala started in January 2015 as a celebration of the most important accomplishments of the association in the previous year.
Released to market in January 2018, BT Pay is an innovative mobile payments solution that enables Banca Transilvania’s clients to perform contactless payments, transfer money and keep their transactions record using only their smartphone.
Endava was part of every step of the idea to production process.
“Engagement in the BT Pay project evolved from a professional task to a personal ambition for every team member. It was a journey full of passion, dedication and accomplishments. Working side by side with the Endava team, relying on their professional expertise and guidance, proved to be the backbone of the success that this project had.
”- Dorian Petrovici, Deputy Director, Head of Retail Projects & Data analysis, Banca Transilvania
“We are honored to receive the “OUTSOURCING PROJECT OF THE YEAR” award and really glad that together with our partners, Banca Transilvania, we managed to improve the customer experience of thousands of people engaging with a new banking service on a daily basis. Congratulations to the teams working on the project, the merit is all theirs!
” – Simona Bucin, Project Manager Endava, BT Pay Mobile Wallet Project
Launching BT Pay was a big step for Banca Transilvania in terms of expanding their digital services offer while also having a positive impact on their positioning and brand reputation. The app also represents a new communication channel fit for engaging with their new, younger generations of customers.
Not only is BT Pay the first wallet to allow contactless payments launched by a Romanian bank, based on the Visa Token Service and the MasterCard Digital Enablement Service, but also the first digital wallet launched in South East Europe using Visa Token Service.
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Endava helps its clients become digital experience-driven businesses by assisting them in their journey from idea generation to development and deployment of products, platforms and solutions. It services clients in the following industries: Payments, Financial Services, TMT, Consumer Products, Logistics and Healthcare.
Endava had 5,182 employees as of September 2018, located in offices in North America and Western Europe and delivery centres in Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia, Argentina, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Colombia.
For more information, visit www.endava.com
ANIS represents the interests of Romanian IT companies and supports the development of the software and services industry, as well as the growth of companies involved both in outsourcing projects and in developing proprietary applications. The association was founded in 1998 and now includes approx. 120 members – companies with both Romanian and foreign capital, small and medium companies as well as multinational ones, with presence in the main technical universities in the country.
Cooperation with both public and private sector partners is the main success factor for many of the association’s projects. ANIS is a member in the Export Council, was involved in CoNaCo – National Competitivity Council and is now represented in the Coalition for the Development of Romania, created by the Prime Minister and coordinated by the Ministry of Economy. ANIS is also closely involved and has active partnerships with bilateral chambers of commerce – AmCham, Romanian-French Chamber of Commerce, Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce – as well as with commercial representations attached to embassies of the target countries for our industry.
For more information, visit www.anis.ro