TietoEnator is on the home
stretch with the Euro2002 project of Automatia, who is responsible for ‘Otto’
cash ATMs. Changes required by the Euro have been completed in good time and
the final tests are gone through right now. The first ATMs will hand out Euros
as soon as on the first night of the new year 2002. Within two weeks of the
turn of the year all of the about 2,000 ‘Otto’ ATMs everywhere in Finland will
only deliver Euro bills.
To the Finns cash ATMs are a part of everyday life, in average over 10,000
withdrawals per month are being made with one ATM. In Europe, the
number is about 3,500 withdrawals. A majority of bills, also Euro bills, are
delivered via ATMs to the banks’ customers. This allows a more speedy delivery
of Euro bills in Finland than in many other European countries.
TietoEnator has been totally responsible for implementing the information
system changes for Automatia. The planning of Euro changes was started as
as the year 1997. An important part of the development work has been to
guarantee the uninterrupted and simultaneous operation between Automatia and
the Finnish banks.
The services of TietoEnator Finance Sector are based on a strategic
with our customers. Finance sector’s solutions concentrate on key technologies
and the goal is, via Europe, to be a global e-finance solution provider. In
addition to Internet banking solutions, TietoEnator Finance Sector also
commands strong expertise in payment systems and selected capital market
solutions. Finance Sector operates in 11 different countries with more than
1700 experts and over 300 customers world-wide. TietoEnator Finance Sector is
the leading partner for the banking, insurance and finance sector in Northern
With more than 10,000 employees and annual net sales of 1.1 billion Euro,
TietoEnator is a leading supplier of high value-added IT services in Europe.
TietoEnator provides consulting, systems development and integration,
and support, product development services for customers, and software
The Group has in-depth knowledge of its customers’ businesses in areas such as
telecommunications, finance, the public sector and the forest and energy