Worldline signs five-year agreement with Luminor Bank
By Megha Bhattacharya
Luminor Bank and Worldline have signed a five-year agreement under which Worldline will unify and upgrade Luminor’s current ATM network. The partnership with Worldline will allow the Bank to offer a more customer-friendly and newer ATM network for its customers. It will start to transfer the Bank’s ATMs in Lithuania to their network in June and will complete the switchover by September across the Baltics. It will also start to upgrade and replace the oldest ATMs in August.
Peter Bosek, CEO of Luminor said, “We are pleased to partner with Worldline to offer continuously improved services to our customers. Worldline is a trusted partner with a solid track record that will support us in unifying and upgrading our ATM network. Luminor has entered a new stage in our development and working together with one of the world’s leading service providers will enable us to keep enhancing our customer experience.”
Recently, Worldline announced a new collaboration with Nexxchange in a bid to launch the improved services in over 100 golf clubs in Austria within the next two years with plans to roll the solution out in Germany, Spain, Portugal, and Morocco in the near future.
Zanda Brivule-Jansone, Head of Nordic and Baltic region, Financial Services at Worldline commented, “We are delighted that Luminor has chosen us to upgrade their ATM network and we will continue to innovate and make more cash transactions contactless as well as accesible without the card in a safe way. The trust Luminor gave us with this agreement is acknowledgment of our team’s expertise building and running ATM networks for the benefit of our partner banks and their clients.”
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