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Swedbank commissions EDB Business Partner for joint Internet development project

27 May 2003  |  3324 views  |  0 Swedbank commissions EDB Business Partner for joint Internet development project

FöreningsSparbanken of Sweden has signed an agreement with EDB Business Partner for a project to jointly develop a new Internet banking system.

The development project has a contractual value of some Nkr10 million. In addition, EDB Business Partner will also have the right to sell on components resulting from the project with an equivalent development value of some Nkr8 million.

John-Arne Haugerud, CEO, EDB Business Partner, comments: "This collaboration with FöreningsSparbanken will develop expertise and new solutions that will help to strengthen both our product portfolio and also our expansion in the Nordic market."

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