German software and consulting company BELLIN continues to expand its international network for treasury management solutions, with the choice of Enigma Consulting, based in Zeist, the Netherlands as its partner for the Dutch market.
The partner company will offer BELLIN products in the Netherlands with a focus on consulting, software and services. Enigma has 15 years of expertise with advising banks, corporates and the public sector in the payments and finance domain.
“We are pleased to have the support of a renowned specialist whose success is based on expert knowledge of payment processes and systems. This makes Enigma an ideal partner for the Netherlands, which we see as a key strategic market,” said BELLIN’s founder and managing director, Martin Bellin.
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