Atos Worldline, which brings together Atos Origin expertise in hi-tech transactional services, and Landesbank Berlin (LBB), have extended their 25-year co-operation in the card business for a further five years. Atos Worldline will continue to manage the technical processing of the bank’s portfolio, including all 2.2 million active credit and customer cards.
Under the terms of the contract, Atos Worldline will continue to process LBB whole card portfolio via its card management system Worldlinecore. This includes various product novelties and additional functions jointly developed. In all projects, Atos Worldline is in charge of the conception, consulting, development and implementation as well as of the testing and processing.
“In terms of flexibility and professional implementation, Atos Worldline has convinced us again and again. As we want to extend our market leadership as the main German credit card issuer and keep leading the way for new product ideas, we need a flexible partner with great know-how as well as a high potential for innovation,” said Hans-Jürgen Torkler, managing director, LLB, DirektBankService.
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