German corporate treasury software and services group Bellin said that Enigma Consulting has become an official certified partner.
Enigma is a consultancy organisation focusing on the finance, risk, treasury and payments domain within banks, the public sector and corporates. Founded in 1997, the company has more than 60 consultants. Enigma is a niche recruitment firm specialising in analytics engineering, finance, human resources (HR), IT and marketing positions.
The signing ceremony took place at the EuroFinance Barcelona 2013 conference. Bellin said that both parties are looking for a long-term cooperation and stated their commitment based on the experience of the last 12 months of sharing the market of corporate treasury systems in the Netherlands.
“We are happy to add the Bellin product portfolio to our well established consultancy services around payment, treasury and risk management,” said Robert-Jan Wekking, managing partner of Enigma. “The offering of [Bellin’s] tm5 as a part of our services can perfectly be integrated in our business and will definitively add a lot of value for our customer base.”
Martin Bellin, managing director of Bellin, added: “Enigma is a perfect match for the increasing activities in the Benelux and we are happy to have such a qualified and reliable partner at our side. The joint offering enables the full portfolio of services and guarantees local knowledge to corporate treasuries in the Netherlands.”
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