Mahalo Banking, a leading innovator in financial technology solutions and a CUSO that provides online and mobile banking solutions for credit unions, announced the next generation of its Software Development Kit (SDK), designed to elevate the capabilities of credit unions and their vendor partners. This new SDK provides enhanced flexibility, seamless integration, and a suite of features that cater to diverse user experiences.
Mahalo’s enhanced SDK offers powerful features, including support for a versatile landing page widget, a dynamic full-page display, and a unique ability to use a combination widget to full page option. To ensure compatibility with the latest development technologies, the SDK supports all development languages as well as both local and cloud-based network environments. These enhancements offer unparalleled flexibility, enabling credit unions as well as their partners to tailor their user interfaces to meet specific requirements and preferences.
“With the launch of our reimagined SDK, Mahalo is setting new standards for customization in the financial technology landscape,” said Daniel Domek, CTO at Mahalo. “We believe that the future of financial services lies in adaptability and inclusivity, and our SDK is designed to empower credit unions and their partners to deliver precisely that.”
Going beyond conventional SDK offerings, Mahalo seamlessly integrates the SDK with its groundbreaking Neurodiverse Platform Technology, a significant leap forward in user experience personalization. The SDK platform supports features like left and right-hand use modes, dyslexia-friendly fonts, animation disabling for epilepsy and many other features. Developers can access these diverse user profile requirements through the SDK, enhancing their development options and creating far tighter integration into the Mahalo platform and integrating essential neurodiverse considerations for each member.
“The integration of our SDK with a supporting Neurodiverse Platform Technology is a significant milestone,” said Jim Stickley, CEO at Mahalo. “It allows developers to embed neurodiverse considerations directly into their code, creating a more personalized and member inclusive credit union experience.”
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