asknet, a technology outsourcing company, has partnered with Klarna, a Swedish financial services institute providing payment solutions for e-commerce.
“We are pleased that our partnership with Klarna will allow us to offer a proven and highly popular payment option for the Scandinavian market,” said Ute Koehler, vice president of business operations at asknet. “Klarna is the perfect partner for asknet and supports our philosophy of offering end customers in our e-shops user-friendly and secure payment methods that are in line with the requirements of the local market. With Klarna’s services, we will boost customer satisfaction in our Scandinavian e-shops – and we also expect the improved shopping experience to be reflected in higher conversion rates.”
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A squeeze on skilled talent means it now takes an average of seven weeks to fill open permanent roles in finance in the UK according to new research from financial services recruitment firm Robert Half.