Eugene Danilkis is co-founder and CEO of Mambu, a banking technology provider based in Berlin. Eugene is literally a rocket scientist. He led a software engineering team developing Nasa-certified software for the International Space Station prior to founding Mambu.
Mambu is a cloud-based technology platform that enables banks and fintechs to rapidly address new market opportunities and reduce the high costs previously associated with software licenses, maintenance and in-house infrastructure. Mambu supports a range of customers all over the world, including OakNorth, a new UK bank we covered in episode 12, when we sat down with its co-founder Joel Perlman.
If OakNorth’s early success is any indication, Mambu is a powerful platform. We’ve touched on core technology in a few episodes recently, which has been a conscious decision. Even with all the coverage around fintech, it can be tough to get clear, comprehensive insight into one of the most important components of banking and fintech success: core technology. Please enjoy today’s episode with Eugene Danilkis.
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