prando is an IT firm based in Spain aimed at consulting and advising small and medium-sized enterprises in the adoption of cloud solutions through targeted and tailored approaches. They further support their clients through the use of their in-built web application “prando business”, through which customers can manage various aspects of their company.
The features on the platform include sales and purchase management, inventory organisation, and invoice and document creation and storing. Additionally, users benefit from customer bases within which they can input and organise client details, as well as receive reports on their business activities.
“The needs of our clients are very important to us and we want to give them the most tech-forward and user-friendly experience, which is why we wanted to enrich our business management tool with enhancements such as open-banking powered automation and aggregation. To bring our idea to life we partnered with Nordigen,” explains Antonella Procopio, representative of prando.
The collaboration with Nordigen was the next step for prando, giving their customers the opportunity to connect their bank accounts directly to the platform. From there the users can manage their finances in one place and have a full overview of transactions and order payments, establishing an easier process from order entry to delivery.
“Properly managed business processes are vital to the maintenance and growth of a company and open banking is able to take some of the manual toil away from business-owners through automation and streamlined procedures. We are pleased to see prando turn to open banking for this and we are even more delighted to be the platform they chose to help enhance their services,” says Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.
Nordigen is a freemium open banking platform that provides free access to open banking data and premium data insights. Nordigen’s free API connects to more than 2,100 banks in Europe and serves fintech companies and developers in 31 European countries, including the UK. Nordigen is a licensed Account Information Service Provider (AISP), regulated by the Financial and Capital Market Commission of Latvia and authorised in 31 European countries.
prando is a IT firm based in Spain helping consult and advise small and medium-sized enterprises in the adoption of cloud solutions. They also offer their customers an in-built company management platform called prando business which can help to track everything relating to sales and purchasing, inventory organisation, invoice and document creation, customer bases and reporting.