Neonomics teams up with Qvik

Ellie Duncan
30 Apr 2024

Open Banking company Neonomics has teamed up with digital consumer product developer Qvik to jointly promote and scale Open Banking services across the Nordics and the UK.

Neonomics and Qvik have confirmed that, through the partnership, they anticipate launching services with multiple customers “in the coming weeks”.

Lari Tuominen, chief executive officer of Qvik, said: “We’ve been following Neonomics for some time now and believe they offer one of the strongest Open Banking solutions in the market.

“With our customers increasingly seeking efficient and user-friendly account-to-account payments and data services, we see a clear opportunity to deliver compelling value across multiple markets.”

Qvik, which is headquartered in Helsinki, specialises in the design and development of digital services, native mobile solutions, and advanced payment expertise.

Neonomics chief executive officer Christoffer Andvig added: “Qvik has built a reputation for quality and speed, and their validation and adoption of our unique blend of services mark the beginning of our journey together.

“The appetite for more efficient payments and data services has never been stronger, and we are excited to team up with market leaders to open new doors for collaboration.”

Norway-based Neonomics unifies access to more than 2,500 banks and 150 million bank customers across Europe via its PSD2 API platform.

Recently, Denmark-based investment platform Endavu selected Neonomics to simplify the process of funding investment accounts for Endavu users.

At the end of last year, Swedish payment provider Ping Payments begun working with Neonomics to enhance its Open Banking services offering across the Nordics.