Corporate History and Key Customers
1996. Miguel Santos, Germán Pugliese-Bassi and Adrián Iglesias found Technisys with a vision that internet banking would transform the financial services industry. First offices are opened in Buenos Aires.
Cyberbank 1.0, its first product, is sold to Deutsche Bank, representing the first internet banking project in Latin America and only the fourth of its kind worldwide.
1997-1999. Technisys develops the first web application for sales automation in Citibank branches, allowing the bank to lower maintenance costs and improve sales productivity. The Company develops visa@home, the first internet service for Visa credit cards in Argentina. Technisys also provides ABN Amro with its first Internet banking application; creates the first B2B internet-based payment system between banks for Interbanking; provides BSCH with core systems maintenance; and helps BankBoston launch the most successful Internet banking service in Argentina on its new Cyberbank 3.0 platform. Additional clients include Banco de Galicia, Bansud, HSBC, Banco Suquia, and others.
2000-2002. The Argentine Stock Exchange assigns Technisys entire command of its Internet services. Technisys founders are selected as Endeavor Entrepreneurs. The Company opens its USA operations with an office in Miami and Citibank as its first client. Banco Itau buys Cyberbank for its retail and corporate customers. European operations also begin with a Madrid office and BSCH as its first client.
2003-2005. Technisys begins to build its first Cyberbank Core, the first core banking J2EE system to be implemented in the European Union, for Bancoval. The Company becomes a technology provider for the USA-based firm Todo1 Services, an internet outsourcing firm, and its six banks in the USA and Central America. Strong commercial activity results in several Central American sales, and the acquisition of USA's Doral Bank as a client.
2005-2007. Technisys becomes a US company, incorporates SOA in its product strategy, extending reach to distribution channels such as Self Service and Call Centers. The firm participates in the SOA implementation for Banco Comafi, launches Latin America's first multichannel SOA project for Banco Hipotecario. Opens its second software factory in Argentina. At the end of 2007, Holdinvest Technology Fund becomes an equity partner, stimulating R&D and sales investment.
2008 to 2010. The Company formalizes its organizational processes to leverage scalability and becomes certified with ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 9001:2008 standards. Software development centers are opened in Mexico and Uruguay. Sales offices are opened in San Jose (Costa Rica) and Mexico City. New product launches include Cyberbank Mobile Banking, and complete Cyberbank multichannel product sets are sold to Banco Patagonia, BROU, Banorte and Improsa, that also acquires the firm's complete core banking system. Technisys acquires Modhelus SA, allowing the firm to advance its Core SOA project at a faster pace.
2010 to 2012. Technisys becomes industry leader with its platform based on Cyberbank products. This gives the company a strategic advantage as the only century XXI SOA Multichannel platform completely designed and developed meeting the current banking needs. Technisys' projects gain international importance and major projects as Banco Provincia in Argentina, Banco Estado of Chile and Citibank in Central America are achieved in record time.
2012 to present. Technisys moves forward in its expansion plan by acquiring Banco Sudameris Paraguay and Banco Itau, a large regional player. New Cyberbank + Services + Best Practices start to become a huge differential from regional and world class competitors.