RedCrew assembled a RedX team with team members in Australia and the UK to provide a solution. The team that was assembled was selected for expertise, familiarity with the existing architecture of the client, previous experience with the UK Open Banking implementation and expertise in the Australian CDR regime.
The end result was the delivery of a series of Java Spring Micro-services and Apigee proxy configurations that met the requirements of the CDR technical standards in less than three months after project initiation.
For contrast, an aggressive program for CDR data holder implementation would be six months with most implementations taking longer. The internal estimate for delivery far exceeded the RedCrew project in time and cost.
After delivery RedCrew then supported the client through the conformance testing process required by the ACCC to become a CDR registered data holder.
Through this engagement the client was able to meet their obligations to their client, a major Australian bank. As a result, two of the bank’s clients were able to go live with their banking products. This included a major international brand.
These benefits were delivered to a fixed cost to the customer and were delivered on schedule despite the aggressive timeframes.