IBM has inked a 10-year services agreement with ABN AMRO to manage the IT infrastructure.
Main objectives of the IT deal are to ensure financial savings for ABN AMRO and improve customer services.
The company did not share the size of the IT outsourcing deal.
The agreement includes the implementation of a private IBM cloud together with standardization and simplification of the existing IT landscape, from mobile computing to mainframe infrastructure.
ABN AMRO targets to improve service quality, drive greater operational efficiencies and provide new and innovative products that meet the changing digital needs of its customers globally.
The IT deal enables the European bank to become a leading digital bank. IBM will provide managed services for mainframe, servers, storage, end-user computing, help desk as well as application support.
Piet Bil, IBM Managing Director for ABN AMRO, said: “Through our partnership, ABN AMRO will be able to evolve its IT infrastructure with new capabilities that leverage IBM’s investments in cloud, as well as analytics and security.”