Bai-Tushum Bank is the first CCT’s partner in Kyrgyzstan

Center of Corporate Technologies has successfully implemented an in-house integrated solution supporting MPOS Ingenico into infrastructure of Bai-Tushum Bank (Kyrgyzstan). Bai-Tushum provides a full range of financial services across the country and became the first CCT’s partner in the Kyrgyz Republic. The implemented solution will allow to use both the most common plastic cards of the Elkart national payment system and the plastic cards of international payment systems VISA/MasterCard. This was achieved through integration with the national processing center. The solution works with local currency.

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About Bai-Tushum

Bai-Tushum has been operating in the financial market since 2000, having commenced its activities in 1997 as an international project under Food for Progress monetization programme, implemented by American NGO ACDI/VOCA and Swiss organization Caritas. Bai-Tushum has confidently and dynamically developed from being a financial fund and microfinance company with the license entitling to mobilize deposits to a full-service Bank with full-fledged banking license. During this period the institution has become one of the largest financial institutions in the Kyrgyz Republic with the total assets of KGS 7.1 bn. and client base of more than 91 thousand clients.

About CCT

Center of Corporate Technologies (CCT) is one of the leading software developers of innovative IT-solutions for banking and financial industries in Russia. Today CCT’s project portfolio includes more than 20 projects in 8 countries: Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Georgia. The company’s clients are the leading Russian and foreign banks and companies. Starting from July 2014, CCT is the resident of Technopark Strogino, created with assistance of the Government of Moscow and the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.