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Flexible ledger for credit programmes

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Everything you need to run a credit card programme

You can find all the components needed to run a credit card programme from us - then simply pick the type of card you need. Credit card issuing and processing can be complex, we aspire to make it as straightforward as possible. Enfuce’s modular platform is built to be flexible, scalable, and secure.

Credit cards with features that cover a wide range of needs

Issue feature-rich credit card products in many forms and compatible with all geographies and payment methods, including virtual and physical cards, digital wallets, and more.

Charge cards

Credit cards which require 100% of outstanding balance to be paid in full.

Revolving credit

Exemplified by credit cards, empowers users to maintain a balance within a set credit limit, offering flexibility in spending and repayments.

Instalment based credit programmes

Akin to buy-now-pay-later (BNPL), offer flexibility—pay in 4 or monthly, turning expenses into manageable strides.

The crucial Credit Ledger - why flexibility is essential

The credit ledger is the backbone of your credit card business. It’s the running record of accounts, transactions, balances, credit limits, interest calculations and any other data involved with your credit card accounts.

Building a ledger combines the challenges of software development with the ongoing threats of cybersecurity and the rigours of financial compliance.

Enfuce has one of the most adaptable credit ledgers on the market. We’re continuously maintaining and improving it to support different use cases, market and regulatory requirements. It keeps track of balances, different payment priorities, supports multiple ways to calculate interest and offers different minimum-to-pay and instalment (BNPL) options

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You don’t need to use our credit ledger, but you can when you need it - that’s the beauty of Enfuce’s modular platform.

Why are payment card ledgers challenging to build and maintain?

When considering whether to build or buy your ledger, it’s important to consider the factors that make these systems (especially credit card ledgers) challenging to build and maintain:

  1. Scalability – Card systems must be built to handle growing account and transaction volumes, processing and recording a high-volume of transactions in real-time. This requires scalable infrastructure and data management systems with load-balancing, built-in redundancies and distributed data.
  2. Data integrity – Ledgers have to be a reliable system of record for all accounts, balances and transactions. This requires rigorous data validation and verification. Inaccurate data can lead to incorrect calculations and balances statements, which can lead to customer disputes and loss of trust.
  3. Complexity – There are many different types of data that need to be recorded in the ledger beyond just transactions, and everything needs to be tracked and timestamped accurately.
  4. Security and privacy – Card systems are full of sensitive information and are often the targets of fraud and cyber security attacks. Building a ledger requires implementing and maintaining strong security measures.
  5. Integrations to other systems – Card transactions require real-time interactions with different external systems such as financial institutions, payment processors, merchant networks and card schemes. Data from these needs to be gathered and reconciled in the credit ledger.
  6. Compliance and regulatory requirements – Card ledgers need to meet the requirements of PCI-DSS and financial reporting standards. Building a system that meets regulatory obligations, requires specialist expertise and ongoing support to ensure your business meets the required standards.
What are the revenue streams from credit card products?

Credit card products can be lucrative, with possible revenues from interest, card subscriptions fees, late payment and reminder fees, ATM withdrawal fees and credit interchange.

Enfuce’s API enables you to flexibly set these fees and unlike most issuer processors, we will share the majority of the interchange revenue with you or let you keep it entirely, depending on the type of your card programme.

Why launch a credit card?

There’s a reason why more and more brands, fintechs, and alternative lenders are considering launching their own credit cards. Credit cards enable you to embed finance into your services. They are also a way to build customer loyalty, gain more customer insights from transaction data, and enhance your brand.

Want to know more? Contact us!