Nexi announced a strategic collaboration with Microsoft aimed at innovating digital payments solutions and assisting digitalization of SMEs, Corporates, Public Administrations, and Financial Institutions.
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Nexi has been chosen as one of its primary digital payment providers for e-commerce acceptance in Italy, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway as a result of the agreement. Nexi and Microsoft plan to work together to integrate Nexi payment solutions with Microsoft Cloud services and solutions.
Nexi will use Microsoft Azure Cloud solutions to accelerate the transformation of its own platforms and to increase the agility of IT infrastructure innovation by leveraging Data Center Modernization and Consolidation scenarios.
Both companies are eager to work together closely to drive broad market adoption of joint solutions and to co-create new products that leverage their respective areas of expertise.
Nexi has chosen Microsoft as its preferred cloud provider, with its Azure Cloud Services and solutions for Nexi’s platform and data center transformation journey. Nexi will benefit from Microsoft’s unique capabilities to improve both innovation agility and efficiency while maintaining best-in-class service levels, cybersecurity, and data protection standards. Nexi will use cloud services from the Italy North datacenter region when they become available in the future.
Microsoft has chosen Nexi as one of its primary payment providers for its online business in core European markets. PayTech’s digital PSP and collection solutions will be integrated with Microsoft’s digital properties, with a focus on four European countries at first (Italy, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway), with future expansion options into other markets. This will enable