All the productive work and achievements our team has made over the month were overshadowed by the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.
Under any circumstances, Corefy will have the resilience and strength to support and appreciate our amazing team and keep working for the greater good.
Below, you’ll find out about our progress in February. But first, we’re obliged to clarify our position regarding the war, inform you of the platform’s work continuity, and how our affected teammates are doing.
The war in Ukraine
As you may know, our R&D office is located in Kyiv, Ukraine. The company’s position is unquestionable — we deeply deplore any military attacks, especially against civilians.
When the war has started, Corefy did its best to care for the Ukrainian teammates. Currently, most of them are safely working. We contact every team member to make sure they’re safe and help them if needed.
Luckily, we didn’t have to worry about the platform’s health, as it has always been fully equipped to provide uninterrupted services to our clients worldwide at all times. See ‘The letter from the CEO regarding the war in Ukraine’ for more details on how we made it possible.
Besides, many of our team members are involved in all sorts of activities to help the country in this challenging time: IT assistance, volunteering, donations. The company set the tone, contributing UAH 500,000 to the Ukrainian charitable foundation Come back alive. We urge everyone who has a possibility to make a donation for Ukraine by choosing one of the trusted funds gathered at donate.org.ua, an online charities catalogue rolled out by our CEO Denys Kyrychenko.
Other than that, Corefy’s Ukrainian team keeps working to support the country’s economy. The unhampered work continues in other offices, including our HQ in London, the APAC office in the Philippines, and local offices in the Netherlands and Israeli.
In February, we opened a new office in the Netherlands. It became our fifth global location. Moreover, we enriched our teams in Amsterdam and Kyiv with five new specialists, and our recruiters keep searching for more. If you’d like to join us, check the list of available positions here.
Here are some tweaks and updates our Developers worked on:
- Refunded and charged back amounts were added to the Payment invoice overview.
- Added extra fee validation to exchange rate schemes rules.
- Expanded transaction logs by adding two more attributes.
- Added the timezone parameter for the Receipts addon.
- Updated customer data format in connectors according to providers’ requirements.
- Added a new filtration option for Batch payouts.
- 13 new integrations, 15 updates of existing ones.
See our Documentation for the details on any of these points.
Last month, we joined the initiative to turn Trinidad and Tobago into the regional fintech hub of the Caribbean and LATAM. Corefy’s Co-founder and CBO Den Melnykov went there on a business trip to discuss with officials and business people how Corefy’s technologies can help in the digital transformation of the payment infrastructure for government finances.
Our representatives also went to the UAE to attend the iFX Expo Dubai, the world’s largest financial B2B event. They send greetings to all the wonderful people they’ve met on the premises and networked with at Corefy’s booth. Den Melnykov participated as a speaker, raising the topic of choosing a payment solution for FX business.
As always, we’re set for productive work this month.
Stay safe and strong,