MiFinity concludes datacentre cloud migration

Dublin, 6th May 2021

MiFinity are pleased to announce the completion of a 12-month project to migrate all of its systems from a mainstream datacentre to Amazon Web Services (AWS). The project was concluded with the successful migration of the production systems on the 20th of April 2021. All the work was performed by MiFinity's in house team of technology experts, led by the CTO Paul Roberts.

"This was a big learning curve that the team had to undertake, but one which has reaped massive rewards. Whereas some companies team up with a solution partner we decided to utilise our in-house skills, which ultimately means we are not reliant upon third parties and can shape our own path. This was evident during the final migration which was completed on time and was 100% successful. Now we are no longer tied to hardware that must be maintained or restricted by the finite resources, we can leverage the flexibility to grow on demand without boundaries. Overall, this shows the commitment that MiFinity has in becoming a market leader in the Fintech space", said Paul Roberts Chief Technical Officer, MiFinity.

About MiFinity

MiFinity, a global payments provider, offers a range of cost-effective and efficient end-to-end payment solutions. It has more than 18 years of experience in the online payments space with a growing network of global partner relationships and a best-in-class, highly secure and regulated technology platform.

MiFinity recently launched its online eWallet, which is targeted at the online gaming, travel and eCommerce sectors. It is a fast, simple, and secure way for customers to perform transactions with multiple local payment options in different currencies.

MiFinity is evolving into a true ‘omnichannel’ payment provider to the global online payment market.

For more information, please visit www.mifinity.com

MiFinity UK Limited (Registration Ref.900090) and MiFinity Malta Limited (Registration Ref. C64824), trading as MiFinity for the issuing of electronic money are duly authorised and regulated by UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Malta Financial Services Authority respectively (MFSA).