Acrea gives your digital business a helping hand
We transform ideas into future-oriented solutions.
Acrea combines technology expertise with years of experience in the finance and insurance industries. Another of our strengths is our combination of entrepreneurship and our broad knowledge base that rests on sound education and training. Moreover, we have a strong network of partner companies that we work with on a targeted project-by-project basis.
These are just a few reasons why we can count on a loyal, satisfied clientele. We would be happy to help you get your ideas off the ground, too.
Let us show you where your digital future lies.
We are experts
Thanks to our considerable experience in the finance and insurance industries and our technological expertise, we are specialists in the implementation of digitalization projects.
We are independent
Our independence guarantees that we take a neutral, differentiated approach to every project and develop solutions that tackle problems in a targeted way. We also always recommend that our clients work with the partners who are best able to meet their individual needs.
We are focused
We concentrate on realistic solutions that can be implemented efficiently.
We are effective
Our approach, our know-how and our concepts achieve results. That is why our clients are loyal and satisfied.
We are entrepreneurs
We are digital entrepreneurs, which means we have broad horizons. Our start-ups include Nezasa, a successful Acrea spin-off.
Imagine you get your physical account statement from your bank once a year. Apart from that, you can only conduct banking transactions by mail or direct contact. Does this scenario also sound to you like something that belongs to the distant past in the age of e-banking, mobile banking and neobanks? Fortunately, the digitization of banking business is already well advanced. The situation is different, however, when we look at the area of retirement provision and, in particular, that of many pension funds. After all, shouldn't the same convenience be possible there? And couldn't pension funds themselves also benefit from a similar development to that experienced by banks?
With a well-designed API, service providers can stand out from their competitor’s products and be more successful in the market. To design APIs well, the right approach and some adjustments in the company are necessary.
APIs have long been viewed through technical glasses only and have been seen as an IT department responsibility. But in the course of digitalization and the new cloud era, more and more customers are asking whether a service can also be used via APIs. What are the specific characteristics of an API? Is an API necessary? And if so, what makes an API successful?