Kong, a cloud hosting firm, announced on Tuesday Australia’s Xinja Bank has deployed Kong Enterprise to power its mobile banking system. Kong noted that using its support transit system, Xinja may more efficiently link, secure, and manage all its API and solutions.
“As a 100-percentage electronic bank made for cellular, Xinja is bringing a new type of bank to clients and revolutionizing the whole banking experience. This includes not only providing conventional banking products but also incorporating with additional valuable goods via open APIs to provide a monetary ecosystem to their clients.”
Talking about the partnership with Kong, Rohan Sharp, Co-Founder and also Head of Architecture in Xinja Bank, said:
“Our lending origination partner needed us to expose our APIs in a way that was secure and compliant with OIDC standards,” stated “This was easy with Kong; not only could we comply with industry standards, but we could protect our APIs and internal landscape quickly and with low risk – while minimizing impacts on Xinja’s existing infrastructure.”
Augusto Marietti, CEO and co-founder of Kong, proceeded to include”
“In today’s new digital reality, companies must embrace digital innovation, or they will be left behind. By taking a fully digital approach and building its technology on cloud-native, microservices-driven architecture – all powered by Kong – Xinja is well-positioned to truly revolutionize the banking industry.”
Launched in 2017, Xinja describes itself as an independent, 100% electronic neobank for Australians that’s esigned for cellular and created for individuals.
“We believe it’s time Australians had access to a banking experience built around their needs and in their interests.”