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Nordigen introduces a new no-code integration for their AIS solution, lowering barriers to entry 

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RIGA, Latvia (May 12, 2022) – The world’s only freemium open banking platform, Nordigen, has further expanded their services to include a no-code feature, allowing users to access account information services without API integration. 

With the new no-code feature, companies can go live with AIS in a day. Clients now have the option of a simplified integration method which eliminates the need to write code on the users’ side. Instead, clients can request the no-code solution during registration, and the sales team will assist with a tailored and personalised solution based on their needs and preferences. 

The no-code solution allows companies to bring their ideas to life with ease and is a great tool to experiment and pilot with limited IT resources using open banking. This simplified approach breaks down the entry barrier standing between a business customer and a fully-fledged open banking integration, eliminating the need for the client to possess technical expertise or to employ in-house developers. 

“The no-code feature is the ideal choice for business clients, created to combat issues and pain points that exist for non-developer customers. Despite the consistent growth of the phenomenon across Europe, open banking technology is still relatively unknown territory for many. Knowledge on the inner workings of open banking is limited to experts in the field and even enterprises wishing to participate may not fully understand how it works and what steps are needed to finalise implementation. Even with prior knowledge, the process requires many resources,” says Roberts Bernans, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Nordigen. 

Nordigen’s new no-code solution alleviates these issues, enabling a user-friendly approach to open banking and allowing more businesses to implement the technology to further innovate their applications, programs and services. 

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