Paratus wins contract to manage IT for Nedbank Namibia

Thursday 25 January 2018 | 09:54 CET | News
Nedbank Namibia and Paratus have signed an agreement under which Paratus will provide IT services and assume responsibility for the entire Nedbank Namibia network, reports Newera. Nedbank Namibia MD Lionel Matthews said the  arrangement will create synergies, which will result in better banking services for its clients. Nedbank will be able to bring to its clients an array of innovative services thanks to Paratus' expertise.

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