The contract with DNB is worth around 700 million NOK, ongoing dissatisfaction with the lack of stability of the banking solution by Evry is one of the reasons for DNB to chose India’s largest IT company to take over, writes Aftenposten.
In late September, DNB’s online bank went down, and in last November both online banking and ATMs went down twice.
– It is clear that failures in systems have been decisive for the choice of supplier. We do not want our customers to feel uncertain about their banking services, says Liv Fiksdahl, executive director of IT at DNB.
HCL established an office in Norway in 2010, Statoil and Telenor are on the customer list. The company also provides IT solutions for the Singapore Stock Exchange and Deutsche Bank.
EVRY ASA, formerly EDB ErgoGroup is a Norwegian information technology company that supplies services relating to computing, including operation, outsourcing and online banking. The company is headquartered in Oslo and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Telenor owns biggest part of EDB ErgoGroup. The company has 10,000 employees in 135 offices in 16 countries. On 17 March 2012 they changed their name to EVRY.