Fortis Bank Netherlands will employ Collis for process management and training programme development for the single euro payments area (SEPA) Direct Debit (SDD) and the Payment Services Directive (PSD).
Collis is writing and optimising system flows and organisational work flows. The company is also developing training programmes for SDD and is delivering this training to Fortis Bank Netherlands employees. Additionally, Collis is writing
PSD training programmes.
Peter Reidsma, head of project and process management Fortis Bank Netherlands, said: “We are very happy with the support we are receiving from Collis for our SDD and PSD activities. Collis’ extensive knowledge helps bridge the gap and enables us to achieve our goals. Targeted and comprehensive training programmes from Collis further strengthen the knowledge we need to migrate to SEPA. “
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