Tieto and EnterCard have expanded their co-operation to developed new ebanking and mobile bank (mbank) services. As an IT partner, Tieto will help the credit card group develop and improve their digital customer interface, as well as a range of mobile services. The four-year agreement corresponds to an estimated order value of close to €10m, and includes the entire Nordic market.
In addition to the development of EnterCard’s ebanking services, the agreement also involves an expanded partnership, whereby Tieto will provide operating services to manage the entire IT-infrastructure. EnterCard has had a significant need for stability in its production environment, including access to 24/7 support services. EnterCard will also have access to Tieto’s IT experts and development teams.
“This is yet another step in our partnership with Tieto. We will now be able to expand our customer services to our corporate customers and card partners, and they will have complete access to Tieto’s expertise in digital customer services,” said EnterCard’s head of operations, Tord Topsholm.
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