Composable Storage for Finance and FinTech Companies

Five Reasons FinTech Executives Need to Care about Storage Strategy

Manage FinTech Data with Composable Storage

A fast, flexible, and analytics-savvy storage strategy will increasingly distinguish FinTech winners from losers. While data storage is traditionally an operational issue, FinTech executives must play a role in the strategic decisions for storage infrastructure that can: use real-time analytics for more personalized services; quickly develop and launch innovative online products; and maintain high performance and reliability.

Fast Analytics Drive Functionality

Modern applications rely on the ability to deliver lightning fast real-time analytics.  Your storage strategy must empower both transaction processing and complex data analytics executed in real time.  This capability is fundamental to delivering sophisticated functionality and high quality, personalized UX.  Kaminario’s software composable storage solution uniquely delivers extreme performance under the most dynamic workloads.

Stay Ahead of Your Competition

Retaining control of your application performance is key to keeping your business ahead of the competition.  Ensuring your infrastructure is as flexible as public cloud storage while optimized for the specific needs of your business is key to maintaining the agility you need to stay in control as your business evolves.

Kaminario named a visionary in Gartner's inaugural Magic Quadrant for Primary Storage

Case Study


Payoneer delivers a cross-border payments platform for international money transfers in 150 currencies, serving four million users. Business was growing rapidly. Their commitment to all users was a platform with absolute high performance and scalability. That meant reliance on a storage platform that could easily scale up and out. They chose Kaminario K2 all-flash storage. The result was sub-millisecond response times, simple capacity expansion, competitive cost, and ease of operation. The K2 all-flash storage provided the solid foundation they needed to sustain both business growth and customer satisfaction.