Fujitsu RAPORTADO Payment Aggregator Platform
Fujitsu financial services technology and solutions – driving a trusted future for purpose-driven financial services organizations
RAPORTADO is a consolidated packaged software containing various options necessary for customer considering implementation of XBRL technology. RAPORTADO enables customers to design and develop XBRL systems with minimum time and cost. Leveraging Fujitsu’s extensive XBRL knowledge and proven experience, RAPORTADO offers the flexibility and agility of systems expansion to meet the needs of growing businesses.
The need for trust has increased as the world has become more uncertain. When none of us know what’s coming next, we need reassurance that businesses in financial services sector can adapt to our needs at speed and with creativity while remaining secure and solid.
Everything has changed. And that demands a rethink of how we live, work, and interact with each other. At Fujitsu, we take a human-centric approach to digital transformation in financial services that puts people at the heart of everything we do. The sector must reimagine a new future built around the urgent and evolving needs of its customers. When the future is uncertain, you need to be certain that you will be supported.
At Fujitsu, we are passionate about innovation and focusing it on enabling financial services businesses to thrive. It’s a purpose-driven vision inspired by and aligned to the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
PAYMENT AGGREGATION, also known as merchant aggregation, is a business model in which a third-party payment provider is also known as the ‘payment aggregator’ signs up merchants directly under its own merchant identification number (MID) to process transactions through a single master account. For example, Google Pay, Amazon Pay, PayTM etc. One merchant account is used to represent a number of merchants opposed to the traditional model which disburses a merchant account to each merchant. Merchants processing transactions under an aggregator are known as sub-merchants.