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4Finance Partners

Global Player In Micro Finance


4finance provides convenient and innovative lending products to customers in 12 countries, while the typical profiles of its customers are people with average incomes, who require a quick and convenient financial solution.

4finance success is based on the careful attention paid to the needs of its customers, as well as strong leadership and management team. The company has already provided more than 5.8 million short-term and installment loans to over 3.3 million customers.

Launched in Latvia in 2008, 4finance is already trading in Toronto, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Warsaw, Riga, Tbilisi, Moscow, Madrid and Kaunas with plans to expand further across the globe.

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6 Engineers
2 Designers
1 Product Manager
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September 2014
December 2016


Railsware has taken over Partners Platform project at the early development stage. We rescoped the product based on its goals, benefits it should provide and issues it should solve, and we moved through production to releases in a number of countries.

Our team was handling front-end and back-end development for this product, as well as graphical and UI design. At the same time, our engineers worked closely with the internal development team at 4finance that was responsible for the API development.

System Integration
Graphical Design


Ruby on Rails
Angular JS


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