Dock, an innovator in financial technology solutions, has become one of the first companies in Latin America to offer a complete technology portfolio for the digital payments and banking-as-a-service markets and is absorbing its sister brands Conductor and Muxi. The visually revamped Dock brand now represents a broader suite of services under one platform to help its customers grow with new and expanded capabilities.
Dock, whose modular solutions enable mission-critical processes that accelerate a company’s ability to offer new digital payments and banking services, will continue to be led by Antonio Soares, Chief Executive Officer; Fred Amaral, Chief Product and Technology Officer; Diogo Frenkel, Chief Financial Officer; and Marcelo Jacques, Chief Strategy Officer.
“With this strategic rebranding, we can be even stronger partners to our customers, making it easier and more efficient for them to offer innovative products to their clients and grow their businesses,” said Mr. Soares. “We have a special affection for the Dock name, because it was not only a brand, but a business that we developed 100% from scratch in-house. With the new visual identity, the Dock brand now fully reflects who we are, how we think and what we envision for the market.”
Mr. Amaral adds, “We seek to develop the best solutions in payments and digital banking, which have been evolving at an ever-increasing pace. Through a market-leading scalable technology infrastructure, we anticipate changes and trends to bring to life the full potential of our customers’ businesses and prepare them for the future. We are excited about the endless possibilities for our customers with the ‘new’ Dock.”
The platform connects the full lifecycle of financial transactions and provides clarity and synergy for Dock’s four core lines of business, from digital banking and card issuance and processing to acquisition solutions and risk and compliance.
Over the past month alone, 38 million Dock accounts were active. Additionally, the company employs more than 1,300 professionals, with 75% of its workforce in tech and product development. Dock’s compounded annual growth rate currently stands at 44% since 2012, and it serves more than 150 clients across six countries in LATAM, including Banco BMG, Bradesco’s Bitz, C6 Bank, Caju, Conta Simples, Crefisa, Digio, FortBrasil, Getnet, Mercado Pago, Neon, PagBank, among other leading banks, neobanks, fintechs, and corporates.
Dock is a leading provider of modern financial technology infrastructure in Latin America. Dock unlocks business value, innovation, and scalability for its customers by integrating card issuing, acquiring, and core banking services on one comprehensive platform. Dock’s modular solutions enable mission-critical processes that accelerate a company’s ability to bring new digital payments and banking services to market. The end result is a wider array of innovative products, greater consumer access to financial services, and improved customer experiences.
Dock powers 38 million active accounts through its cloud-based platform that reduces the operational and regulatory burden on clients while offering other valuable tools through its partner ecosystem. Dock works closely with customers to select and integrate the services to lower time to market and maximize business outcomes.
Dock was originally created by Conductor in 2018, the company then acquired Muxi in 2020, and now all Conductor’s brands are unified under the revamped Dock brand. For more information, visit Dock at dock.tech, CrunchBase and on LinkedIn.