When all you see looking through the window are warm autumn colours, it means October is already over, and it's time to summarise everything this month has been filled with.
For us at Corefy, October was full of business collaborations, networking, and development activities. Keep reading to learn more!
Getting ready for SiGMA Europe
Our team is very excited about SiGMA Europe, which is taking place on 14-18 November. If you're also coming to Malta for this major gaming industry event, see us at booth BR123!
As you're packing up, the tip our CEO Denys Kyrychenko shared on his LinkedIn may be pretty helpful 👀
Our Development team has several important updates to share:
- Business day closure addon. This new service allows our clients to send the bank the API request for business day closure.
- New decision tree mechanics for card gateway, payout gateway, and firewall. We've made working with decision rules and managing large schemes more flexible and convenient. You can now swap branches, shift them down, and add new rules inside the large scheme.
- Apple Pay token decrypt service. This service allows our clients to decrypt Apple Pay tokens and transfer the card data to the providers instead of transferring tokens. It provides our clients with more routing opportunities with the same flow while the mechanics remain unchanged for the customer. Our clients can use their own Apple Merchant ID and payment processing certificates to decrypt the tokens independently of the payment provider.
- 8 new connectors and 89 updates of existing ones. The list of new options includes payments for Swiffy, Litepay, Yapily, SKPay, Poli, Zepto; payouts for Fenige and TrustPayments; and card gateway integrations for APS, THE NOY, and Amazon Payment Services.
Your dedicated Manager is always ready to assist you or provide more details on each update.
One of the most heartwarming achievements of our team last month was taking part in the fundraising to restore the homes of Ukrainians. Thanks to the team's productive work, Corefy has made a 600 thousand UAH donation to the NEST initiative to provide a modular house to a family who lost their home due to the war. The house will be equipped with everything necessary for living and installed on the family's lot in Makariv, Kyiv region.
We've also shared the news about Corefy collaboration with SHALB, a DevOps outsourcing company. With their help, we've successfully migrated the infrastructure to Kubernetes. It is a decisive step in our product development, allowing us to bring more value to our clients.
So, we keep improving and are not going to slow down 🚀