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Dec 18, 20202 min read

Open Banking Demo 2.0

Elias Pitsavos

by Elias Pitsavos

Christmas came early this year with the launch of our new and improved demo to showcase Klarna’s smoooth Open Banking solutions.

We’ve squeezed over fifteen years of payments knowledge and Europe’s most scalable and proven Open Banking platform into a sleek demo. Connect to your bank in just a few clicks and experience the power of PSD2 at your fingertips.

A Seamless Demo, Just for You.

Sometimes the best way to understand something is to see it working in action.

We’ve designed our demo to provide a clear and transparent insight into how our technology can help Third Party Providers (TPPs) build smart financial services that end-users love.

So, what can you expect from our Open Banking demo?

Payment Initiation Services (PIS)

With the holiday season around the corner, we are giving you the opportunity to test out a seamless donation PIS flow and at the same time support your favourite charities. Spread some Christmas cheer while you explore PSD2 in all its glory.

Donate the easy way!

Account Information Services (AIS)

We’ll read your personal bank account using our secure API to retrieve an overview of your account information and transaction activity, without logging in to your bank. Despite using some extremely clever tech, we make it look easy and smoooth!

Don’t believe us? Try it yourself!

Account Insights

Our powerful Account Insights engine helps you turn simple bank statements into unique insights and exciting customer experiences.

If your bank is in Sweden or in Germany, you can get a glimpse of how Account Insights work by getting a detailed breakdown of your spending habits with our advanced categorisation technology.

Just start the Open Banking demo!

Want to learn more about the application of account insights? Check out this article on data-fuelled finance and the future of bank account analytics. 

You can always read more about Klarna Open Banking or request your APIs for playground at Klarna Open Banking.