Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (NASDAQ and TASE: MGIC), a global provider of end-to-end integration and application development platforms and IT consulting services, announced today that Topicus Finance B.V., a provider of innovative, pay-as-you-go, cloud-based banking software, has signed a $2.3 million, five-year term license agreement for the use of its Magic xpa Application Platform and Magic xpi Integration Platform.
Magic xpa has been a core application platform in the development of EuroPort+, the Netherlands’ leading banking platform for wealth management, which Topicus acquired with its purchase of Able B.V. in 2017. EuroPort+ securely processes millions of accounts and investment portfolios and savings accounts, and the processing of hundreds of thousands of transactions per hour.
Topicus will continue to use the newest versions of Magic xpa Application Platform in EuroPort+ to extend its cloud application, as well as pursue new opportunities to leverage Magic xpi Integration Platform.
The contract also includes an agreement to jointly promote and offer Topicus financial solutions worldwide.
“Magic xpa has been successfully used by our subsidiary, Able, for many years, and we are excited to leverage the platform’s capabilities for other Topicus applications. We’re also looking forward to benefiting from Magic xpi Integration Platform in support of our organization’s global business plan,” said Clint van Haalen, Fintech CEO at Topicus.
“We are pleased to have been chosen to help facilitate the enhancement and expansion of Topicus’ offerings across the globe, thanks to our long term relationship with Able. This multi-year contract is further evidence to our customers’ ongoing satisfaction with our easy-to-use products that help organizations meet their digital transformation objectives,” said Guy Bernstein, CEO of Magic Software Enterprises.
Topicus is an innovative IT services provider in the finance, education, healthcare, and the public sector. The company specializes in chain integration, Software as a Service (SaaS) and process management. Topicus Fintech is a front runner in creating connected banking concepts with state-of-the art Fintech solutions in mortgages, pensions, business lending, wealth management and financial advise.
About Magic Software Enterprises
Magic Software Enterprises is a global provider of powerful and versatile end-to-end integration and application development platforms. With over 30 years of experience, 24 regional offices, millions of installations worldwide, and strategic alliances with global IT leaders, Magic enables its customers to seamlessly adopt new technologies and maximize business opportunities. Magic collaborates closely with its customers and thousands of business partners in 50 countries to accelerate their business performance.
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