Tieto and EVRY have today announced a merger agreement to create one of the most competitive digital services and software companies in the Nordics.
ACI Worldwide (NASDAQ: ACIW), a leading global provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, today announced that one of Scandinavia’s foremost IT services and software providers, EVRY, is utilizing ACI’s UP Retail Payments and UP Payments Risk Management solutions to better serve merchants and banks throughout the Nordics and European market.
Nordic software house Evry has won a £60 million contract for the implementation of new core banking and payment systems at Handelsbanken in Finland
Swedish payment processor Bankgirot has outsourced its IT operations to Nordic software house Evry in a seven-year deal valued at SEK700 million.
Visa in Europe has launched a $100 venture investment fund and a fast track programme for onboarding fintech startups to the network.
In order to be in a position to offer the banking services of the future, Swedbank has chosen to renew its agreement with EVRY for the delivery of solutions for banking operations, including next-generation core banking and payment solutions.
EVRY has entered into an agreement to deliver the entire value chain for card payment to the Finnish bank Aktia. As part of the agreement, EVRY will deliver virtual debit and credit cards for Aktia’s digital wallet solution, Aktia Wallet.
EVRY and Handelsbanken Norway have entered into a comprehensive strategic agreement for the delivery of next-generation core banking and payment solutions.
Evry and SpareBank 1 in Norway are extending their collaboration that involves EVRY providing next-generation core banking and payment solutions as well as banking services.
EVRY, one of the largest IT companies in the Nordic region, has licensed a cloud-based mobile payment solution from technology group Giesecke & Devrient (G&D). G&D Convego CloudPay solution supports contactless payments for NFC-enabled mobile devices with Host Card Emulation (HCE).
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