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Prometeo is a platform that through a standardized method (API REST) allows access to banking information and carry out transactions. Inspired by PSD2 and with high security standards, Prometeo was created to allow users to access banking information for multiple purposes such as credit scoring processing, authomatization, ERP integration, financial education, etc. Our security best practices are inspired in the cybersecurity regulations for the financial sector (PCIDSS/ ISO 27001) and our team has the right experience and background to push this forward. We also develop Ábaco, a Financial Education tool that seeks to help users know their financial behavior, and TePago, an electronic wallet.

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