Nokia signs Spain's CaixaBank up for huge 30,000 Windows Phone deployment
Nokia has locked down a fairly juicy enterprise contract with Spain’s CaixaBank. This will see a whooping 30,000 Lumia devices rolled out across CaixaBank’s workforce. The Lumia 925 will be deployed as the first phase of this program, while employees will have a chance to get a deal on Nokia devices for friends and family as well. Tight integration with Office apps, NFC implementation, and strong encryption are just some of the reasons CaixaBank cited for their choice.
CaixaBank is already involved in the Windows Phone ecosystem with their own dedicated app (opens in new tab), and obviously you can expect it to stick around with this new partnership.
We have any Spanish readers in the house? How many of you guys would like to see Windows Phones as the official handsets for your workplace?
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By Jez Corden
I knew it all along, Spanish people are smart :)
but most of the banks here in spain work like that:
- you have to pay for everything ( ING, and other “modern” banks are not like that)
-making some bank operations requires you signing plenty of docs, getting autorizations, waaiting for proceses to be done etc etc.. well I do not understand hahaha they are able to keep on business working like that I'm not with caixa bank but i heard some friend complaining about caixa bank & cie