Press release NNIT and PFA extend and expand collaboration with focus on agility and innovation NNIT extends nine years of collaboration with Denmark's largest pension company and signs new contract about digital transformation for approximately ...
NNIT and PFA extend and expand collaboration with focus on agility and innovation
NNIT extends nine years of collaboration with Denmark's largest pension company and signs new contract about digital transformation for approximately half a billion Danish Krone.
Copenhagen, October 3, 2018 - NNIT A/S, a leading provider of IT services and consultancy, announces that it has signed an extension of its agreement with PFA, the largest commercial pension company in Denmark with more than DKK 500 billion under management and 1.2 million customers.
Over the next five years, NNIT A/S will continue to deliver global IT infrastructure and operations as well as consultancy to PFA and thus provide the digital services and infrastructure that enable PFA to cost-efficiently strengthen its customer service and supports the company's agile transformation.
The agreement marks the continuation of a nine-year-long collaboration, which was initiated in March 2009. The estimated total value of the agreement amounts to approximately half a billion DKK.
Furthermore, the renewed agreement will include application management and a stronger focus on agile development and DevOps to help the organization's continuous development and delivery of competitive services.
NNIT will assume 16 employees from PFA, who will be welcomed in NNIT's headquarter offices in Soeborg by approximately 1,600 colleagues there and more than 3,100 colleagues globally.
Senior Vice President at NNIT Jacob Hahn Michelsen says about the agreement:
"Entering this third contract period, we look forward to honor PFA's high expectations to IT infrastructure and services that support their digital transformation. We welcome 16 new employees to the team who enter a very exciting collaboration with focus on agile development."
Jon Johnsen, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Management member, PFA, is also looking forward to the continued collaboration and says:
"We are happy to continue our close collaboration with NNIT and develop our partnership further in order to create strong IT solutions for the future PFA. The agreement is a central element in PFA's agile and innovative transformation, which will secure even better client experiences and higher effectiveness in all of our digital processes."
The agreement is effective as of January 1 2019 and runs until end 2023, replacing the existing agreement. Transition and replacement of employees will take place during October 2018.
Read more about the collaboration here.
Further information:Helga Heyn, NNIT Communications, +45 30 77 81 41, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristian Lund Pedersen, Chief Press Officer, PFA, +45 61 22 22 31, email@example.com
NNIT A/S is one of Denmark's leading IT service providers and consultancies. NNIT A/S offers a wide range of IT services and solutions to its customers, primarily in the life sciences sector in Denmark and internationally and to customers in the public, enterprise and finance sectors in Denmark. NNIT A/S has more than 3,100 employees. For more information please visit www.nnit.com
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Source: NNIT A/S via Globenewswire
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