HiQ secures framework agreement with one of Scandinavia’s biggest banks

HiQ has signed a framework agreement with one of the biggest banks in Scandinavia. “It’s a huge thrill for us to know that our long experience in the banking and finance sector continues to lead to exciting new assignments like this,” says Magnus Gudéhn, MD at HiQ Stockholm.

The framework agreement is testimony to the strength of HiQ’s core competencies and include development, testing, system architecture, project management, design and business analysis.
“We are delighted that the bank has chosen to take cooperation with us to the next stage. This kind of project is the backbone of what we do at HiQ. And the people who work on these assignments are the most valuable resource that we have,” says Lars Stugemo, CEO and President of HiQ.

The framework agreement enables HiQ to meet the bank’s long-term needs for competence in the designated areas and will make a direct contribution to the bank’s work to simplify and improve life for its private and corporate customers in Scandinavia.

HiQ’s extensive experience in the finance sector, coupled with the company’s digital technology skills and track record of successful mobile solutions, makes HiQ a leading name in this field. HiQ has, for example, worked together with Bankgirot to develop Swish – that is owned by Getswish and is an inter-bank collaboration among Swedish banks – and developed the CarPay mobile solution in partnership with Volvofinans. HiQ is also supporting Finland’s S-Pankki in making life simpler for the bank’s almost 3 million customers with the help of the handy S-mobilii service. Other HiQ customers in banking and finance include Bambora, Collector, Fennia, Handelsbanken, LähiTapiola, Nordea, OP Pohjola Group, S-Group, SEB, Swedish Motor Insurers (TFF) and Varma.


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