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Applications + UX engineering for financial institutions and telecoms

We do bespoke applications, platforms and UX design, engineering, integration and support for leading European financial services and telecommunications companies since 1997.

Our 70 people strong Baltics-based team has an 18-year track record in providing custom web applications and backend platforms development and support services for clients across the UK, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Norway and the Baltics.
Comprised of architects, Java, PHP and Python developers, UI designers, QA engineers, analysts and PMs with 6 to 15 years of experience, Metasite offers a combination of deep understanding of financial and telecom domains and cost-effective engineering excellence.

Meet our team

Click here to see all 70 members of our team.

Our clients

Omnitel and TEO, TeliaSonera Group
Man Group plc
Carrefour Mobile
Bond Radar
First Data
BASE Ortel Mobile

Click here to explore a more complete Metasite clients listing.

Our services fall into two principal groups:

Industry expertise

Banking and Insurance

Some of the best known names in the Western and Northern European financial services have been employing our team’s talent for building online banking and insurance customer self-service solutions, online sales platforms, customer information portals and internal enterprise systems. Learn more:

Insurance Banking

Investment Management

Metasite UX and platform engineering teams have been engaged by some of the leading City’s investment management players to design, build and manage their customer-facing information portals and secure extranets used to exchange critical business information with customers and suppliers. Learn more:

Investment Management


We supply MNOs, MVNEs and MVNOs with a variety of solutions including online pre-paid and post-paid customer self-service platforms, open OSS/BSS solutions covering customer, product, revenue and order management dimensions, and payment data collection and processing systems. Learn more:


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