PayX International, an international payments company, and Nets, a Nordic and northern European payments provider, have signed a five-year partnership agreement for the continued provision of specialised payments consultancy services.
The partnership enables Nets to continue building on the existing five-year relationship and benefitting from PayX’s market insight and consultancy capability. The partnership will help identify initiatives to enhance Nets business and operations, scope new business opportunities, engage in the development of new innovative services and products, ultimately leading to enhanced corporate performance.
“Nets has established a strong foothold in the Nordic region with a growth programme that supports our European ambitions. PayX has already provided key assistance over the last few years during our company consolidation process. In a swiftly changing payments landscape we benefit from PayX’s proven project delivery and independent market position. Hence it is natural for us to extend our existing excellent relationship with a true strategic partner that will help us enhance Nets future business,” said Sigurd Knudsen, chief information officer (CIO) of Nets.
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