HiQ and Nordax enter new partnership

HiQ is launching a strategic partnership with niche bank Nordax to support its development of modern banking services that simplify the everyday lives of ordinary people. “This is a truly exciting collaboration. Nordax is a player who boldly challenges the status quo and shares our belief that the future lies in smart technical solutions,” says Magnus Gudéhn, CEO of HiQ Stockholm.

Nordax is a niche bank in the Nordic region offering competitive savings and loan options to more than 150,000 private customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Germany. The company boasts an ambitious growth plan, as exemplified through its recently launched mortgage offering targeted to today’s labour market and independent business owners. Through the collaboration, HiQ will support Nordax in creating solutions that make life easier for more people to live the life they want.

“There are so many opportunities up for grabs, thanks to the rapid evolution of technology and all the changes taking place around us in society. By partnering with HiQ, we’ll get access to development expertise as well as a strategic partner who understands the interplay between technology and business,” says Ragnhild Tell, CIO of Nordax.

Within the scope of the partnership, HiQ will provide Nordax with strategic advice on DevOps, service design and the development of new systems, products and services.

“Our partnership with Nordax is a good example of a strategic partnership where we have both an advisory and an operational role. This means that, together, we can quickly and efficiently build and launch future solutions,” says Magnus Gudéhn, CEO of HiQ Stockholm.

HiQ has a long track record in the financial sector, which combined with its expertise in digitisation and mobile solutions makes HiQ a leading player in this area. Among other initiatives, HiQ has co-developed the IT solution for Swish together with BankGiro as well as the CarPay mobile service together with Volvofinans. HiQ also helps Finnish bank S-Pankki to simplify banking for its nearly three million customers using the handy service S-mobiili. HiQ’s other customers in banking and finance include Bambora, Collector, Fennia, Handelsbanken, LähiTapiola, Nordea, OP Pohjola Group, S-gruppen, SEB, Swedish Motors Insurers and Varma.


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