Design firm Canvs has entered into a strategic partnership with trade finance firm Drip Capital to provide design and technological solutions to the firm. Canvs redesigned the entire seller portal for Drip Capital. The new design enables sellers on the platform to create and manage their invoices and limits, while using the ‘Passbook’ to track their cash flow. After having years of expertise in the fintech sector, Canvs has yet again tied up with a fintech client to fulfil their digital needs.
“Designing for the financial services industry is never easy. Between complicated user requirements, strict regulations, decades of best practices and the need to present dense financial information in an intuitive manner – designing for BFSI requires a very particular skill set. Canvs provides design-as-a-service to the sector, by building bespoke solutions, injecting design thinking along with the necessary domain expertise into the process of product design. This ensures we manage to deliver complex products not only in time and within budgets, but also ensure the products we design fulfill the needs of our clients and partners.” Debprotim Roy, founder and CEO, Canvs said.
“Canvs helped us fill an important gap at the right time. They did a great job considering the limited context and remote setting,” Rahul Sheth, product head, Drip Capital, stated.
Canvs has lately worked with brands in sectors such as edu-tech and healthcare and are constantly looking to explore the market. With over 10,000 designers, Canvs offers Design-as-a-service to firms looking to fulfill their product design needs. This solution by Canvs called Canvs Club comprises of a smaller community of managed, vetted, distributed design teams of a variety of skills and domain experience. While providing access to a varied ensemble of skills via virtual teams, Canvs also provides a real touchpoint to companies via product managers leading the teams, who work with the client-side product and development teams on one side, while managing the entire design pipeline from Canvs’ end on the other side