WHAT WE DO

OUR KUELAP STORY

Kuelap, Inc. is a cloud native, digital financial services company that combines modern platform technology with years of global banking software experience.

Our Business Vision

Our business vision is the fast, low-cost, mobile delivery of digital financial services to every consumer.

Our mission is to build systems for the fast, low-cost mobile delivery of digital financial services and then deliver them to you as a low-cost service. We aim to free you from the burdens of old technology, to make you flexible, sustainable, and free to focus on the products and services you want to provide.

We have put a decade of global experience and expertise into building Kuelap. It will change the way financial services are delivered.

— Craig Chelius, CEO

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BREAKING THROUGH THE BOTTLENECK

Today, costs are too high, access too hard, and innovation too slow. The reason is that current banking systems are cumbersome, expensive, and hard to change.

It doesn’t have to be this way. We believe financial institutions can be more efficient, effective and sustainable. There are powerful new models and new technologies to solve these issues – from mobile, digital financial services to cloud native applications to open standards & open source platforms.

For your members and customers, that means that new-generation financial services will be easily available. Mobile devices will make that especially easy: when every person has a mobile phone, and transactions are digital, then every phone can be a bank and every financial service can be just a mobile app.

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Winning the Future of Financial Services

In this White Paper, you will learn how to reach the untapped market of customers who do not use formal or semi-formal financial services, and are waiting for fintech solutions. Written by experts in the field, this paper reveals pathways to successfully serve the wide market of unserved and underserved.

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