Challenged SBAB’s architecture
In 2014, SBAB was looking for a new managed service provider to manage their web papplications. During the procurement process, Basefarm challenged SBAB’s existing IT architecture. This daring move made SBAB, Sweden’s fifth largest bank, switch to a more cost-effective and resilient platform, supplied and managed by Basefarm. One of the most recognizable changes was the possibility to free-up time and resources for development, alongside being able to meet their customers’ demands even better.
“Basefarm caught our attention when we were searching for a fast-paced and innovative supplier with a quick response time to change,” says Jan Stenkvist. He continues, “Basefarm has exceeded our expectations. That’s the reason behind the decision to let them manage a business-critical system as well.”