Informatica is a new tool from Informatico, the Spanish arm of Informaticos de Telefónica, that allows users to check their credit scores in real time on their smartphones.
It’s based on a project from the company’s parent company, Informaticas, which was acquired by Accenture in 2016 for $1.2 billion.
The company said the tool, which is available for download in the App Store and Google Play, is “the first time in Spanish to enable you to check your score with your smartphone”.
It works with any smartphone, and requires users to set up a payment to get their credit score updated.
The app will work on phones with iOS and Android, with iOS users getting access to a login page where users can sign up for a new credit score and add it to their account.
It will also allow users to add a “credit score” to their social accounts and see how their credit is performing, informaticas said in a statement.
Users can set up the app to collect their data, such as their mobile number, mobile payment address and a credit score.
It’ll also offer users an alternative way to manage their accounts and access their credit reports, it said.
Informaticas has already started work on the app and is expected to roll it out by the end of the year.