Nordic software house Evry has won a £60 million contract for the implementation of new core banking and payment systems at Handelsbanken in Finland
Under the eight-year deal, Evry will provide a complete portfolio of software-as-a-service modules to Handelsbanken, serving both corporate and private banking customers.
The contract includes delivery of core banking and payment software, internet banking for personal and corporate customers, loan management and back office systems for Handelsbankens’s employees, as well as selected card services.
Nina Arkilahti, the CEO of Handelsbanken in Finland, says: “Evry’s services are already widely used by Handelsbanken in Norway for many years. EVRY’s solution will give us a modern and configurable banking platform with extensive product development capabilities. Modernising our core banking system in this way will enable us to develop more efficient processes and thereby to provide better customer service.”
The latest deal for Evry comes just a month after it won a £61 million outsourcing contract with Swedish payments processor BankGirot.
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