Sopra (NYSE EURONEXT: SOP) and Steria (NYSE EURONEXT: RIA) announced today their intention to create, by carrying out the proposed tie-up, to create a European leader in digital services with a combined revenue of €3.1bn and operations in 24 countries, combining the talents of over 35,000 professionals.
First quarter 2013 revenue: EUR436.7 million. Consolidated revenue for the first quarter 2013 decreased by 3.4% like-for-like taking into account an unfavourable base effect and was in line with the Group's expectations.
Only three percent of UK organisations have made preparations for the introduction of a Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) for direct debits, lagging behind rivals in France and Germany as the countdown to the 2014 migration begins in earnest.
Steria, a leading provider of IT-enabled business services, and Experian, the global information services company, have announced today a partnership to deliver managed solutions in the SEPA compliant payments arena.
Steria, a leading European IT-enabled business services provider, today announced it has signed a Strategic Outsourcing Framework Agreement with the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to support and develop operational and regulatory systems.
Steria, a leading European IT-enabled business services provider, today announced the appointment of Mark Roberts to managing director, financial services in the UK.
Today Sentenial, a specialist provider of Sepa payment solutions and Steria, a leading provider of IT-enabled business services, announced a partnership to deliver SEPA payment services to the European market.
Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank, member of Unicredit Group, is currently live with Diamis' Cristal solution to enable global pan-euro liquidity management together with Target2 and EBA participation.
Steria, the European IT-enabled business services company, today announced the appointment of David Cotterill as Marketing Director.
Steria today announced at NASSCOM that it expects to add more than 1,000 employees to its operations in India in 2009 and 2010, predicting growth to 40% of its global headcount by 2010. The company is responding to increased demand from customers for efficiencies gained by industrialised services.
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