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S-Bank extends Crosskey contract

Source: CrossKey

S-Bank and Crosskey have extended their cooperation and signed a new multi-year cooperation agreement.

The agreement is a continuation of the existing cooperation agreement which was signed in 2005 and now covers all of Crosskey’s banking solutions. This is the second time that the two companies have extended their arrangement.

Our cooperation with Crosskey as a long-term strategic partner goes from strength to strength. Crosskey’s high-level commitment and reliability enables us to provide easy-to-use, fair and sustainable banking services to our three million customers. We continue to expand and extend our collaboration, further developing our well working partnership”, says Iikka Kuosa, SVP, Strategy, Business Development and IT, S-Bank.
S-Bank is today one of the biggest banks in Finland, with over 3.1 million customers, with 2.5 million payment cards and 2.1 million online banking IDs.

Born of Ålandsbanken, one of the Nordics most trusted financial institutions, Crosskey brings a wealth of experience and expertise to providing technical integration solutions to some of the region’s most high-profile banking and fintech players. They are specialists in executing on Open Banking strategies, providing governance and compliance solutions that offer tangible business value.

“We are delighted to renew our cooperation agreement with our long-term customer S-Bank. We have been working closely with S-Bank from the very start of their banking operations and have been privileged to support their journey to become one of Finland’s biggest and most respected banks. We continue to appreciate the well-established cooperation we have with S-Bank”, says Niclas Södergård, CEO, Crosskey.

With this extended cooperation Crosskey strengthens its position as one of the leading financial IT providers in Finland, supporting a more than 3.5 million end-customers in its IT-systems.

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