TAS Group and Uni Systems have agreed to work together to leverage Uni Systems’ expertise as a system integrator and solutions provider and combine the best of TAS Group solutions to deliver innovative applications and services to the European banking and finance sector market.
TAS Group, which is specialised in software solutions and services for card management, payment systems and financial markets, is expanding globally and aims to strengthen its presence in the Greek market, where it has already served the major domestic banks for nearly 10 years as an accredited SWIFT Ready services provider. Uni Systems is a large information and communications technology (ICT) company in Greece and aims to expand and strengthen its international presence by partnering with TAS Group.
“We have been serving the Hellenic banking sector for many years, building successful projects and relationships of trust and co-operation,” said Mario Mendia, TAS Group’s director responsible for TAS international division. “Greece is an important market to us, and we believe in turning crisis into a driver for development. We chose to partner with Uni Systems because of their proven leadership in the systems integration marketplace. This new agreement will allow us to reinforce our position in southern and eastern Europe and ensures that together we will stay at the forefront in providing our customers with the most advanced solutions that best fit their needs.”
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