Attra will operate under the Synechron brand as Synechron Payments, following full integration within Synechron
Synechron, a digital transformation consulting firm has fully integrated its subsidiary, Attra, a Melbourne-basedpayments technology services and solutions provider.
Synechron acquired Attra in December 2020 and the entity is now called Synechron Payments
Attra's former co-founder and executive deputy chairman, Prasad Guntupalli, will continue to serve his role as head of Synechron Payments and has assumed the title of managing director (MD).
The company of about 2,500 payments technology experts, working across the banking and finance space, will continue to provide services across the payments value chain.
Synechron Payments will offer expert consulting, software lifecycle, application development and maintenance, and quality engineering services to clients worldwide.
Attra has 27 years of experience in providing a suite of services and solutions in cards, next-generation payments, and core banking services and has worked with banks, financial institutions, third-party payment processors, and other payment companies globally.
Synechron has leveraged Attra’s core technology specialisms focused on digital transformation through intelligent automation, information technology (IT) infrastructure, mainframes and cloud, user interface and user experience (UI/UX), mobility and channels, information management and performance engineering and cybersecurity.
"Amid a rapidly evolving business landscape, we have important work to do in helping organizations navigate the changes needed to build the foundations for their future business ambitions," said Faisal Husain, co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO), Synechron.
“Our combined strengths will help financial services, banking and technology companies empower their operations and realize their digital realities," added Prasad Guntupalli, managing director (MD), Synechron Payments.
Synechron’s technologies and optimization strategies span end-to-end consulting, design, cloud, data, and engineering, servicing an array of noteworthy financial services and technology firms. Through research and development initiatives in its FinLabs develop solutions for modernization, from blockchain and artificial intelligence to data science models, digital underwriting, mobile-first applications and more, said the company in a media statement.
Synechron has a global workforce of more than 14,000 people across 40 offices in 17 countries.