Tone Lunde Bakker, general manager of Swedbank Norway

Swedbank has renewed for another five years its agreement with EVRY for the delivery of core banking and payment solutions.

Through this agreement, EVRY will continue to support Swedbank’s operations in Norway. EVRY provides Swedbank with SaaS core banking and payment solutions were selected to meet the bank’s need for robust services, simplified and reliable service delivery, and meeting regulatory requirements, according to the release.

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“Swedbank is committed to its focus on the Norwegian market, and wants to further strengthen its customer relationships,” said Tone Lunde Bakker, general manager of Swedbank Norway.

Lunde Bakker highlighted the importance for Swedbank to offer innovative solutions, and that the renewal of the agreement is designed to meet these and other long-term objectives.

Se added: “Through our collaboration with EVRY, we have a partner with a long-term approach that also understands both the mechanisms of the banking market and our own requirements. The new collaboration ensures continuing access to stable, flexible and cost-effective IT services.”

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Wiljar Nesse, EVP for Financial Services at EVRY said EVRY was very pleased about the confidence in the provider shown by the bank. ”

Nesse concluded: “Swedbank Norway will benefit from significant cost-sharing and gain a state-of-the-art and customer-centric solution that meets government requirements at all times. We very much look forward to continuing the excellent collaboration we enjoy with Swedbank.”

Last year, IBS reported that Swedbank acquired payment provider PayEx.

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by Henry Vilar
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