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Building the pipes for fintech | Decentro
It’s the year 2014. Rohit Taneja has just returned to India after quitting a job with Sony in Japan.
He wants to build something for India, but the idea he decides to pursue is way ahead of its time.
Rohit decides to build a product that would do what UPI does today - peer-to-peer payments without needing to load money in a wallet.
While that startup did not succeed, the experience of attempting to build an app that works with existing banks was so painful that Rohit’s second startup Decentro is focused on solving that challenge.
Rohit is building an intelligent and automated platform that can provide both pre-built and customized connections for financial services. Think of it like a plug-and-play system that makes it easier to integrate with various banking and finance tools.
Rohit talks about his journey of solving deep tech infrastructure challenges in banking and financial services.
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