A large part of the success of the Polaris installations with our customers is due to our unique and very close cooperation with the customers.
We are proud of our customers both in Denmark, the Faroe Islands and the Netherlands. Below are a number of customer examples and common to all of them is that they run on the same code base and even more intriguing, none of them need to change systems again, as Polaris follows the development and is continuously upgraded for all our customers.
"We see a shift towards new technology these years and many life and pension companies are in the middle of the decision-making process to change the core system"
In 2021, Lægernes Pension entered into an agreement with NES TECH on a project to implement Polaris as a new core system as a replacement for their existing UniNet core solution from Edlund. Planned date of commissioning of Polaris is January 2023.
AkademikerPension (formerly MP Pension) entered into an agreement with NES TECH in 2020 on a project to implement Polaris as a new core system as a replacement for their existing UniNet core solution from Edlund. Read more about the project (in Danish) here.
LÍV, which is the Faroe Islands' largest pension company, chose in 2018 to change their existing core system. After thorough/long considerations, they chose NES TECH and the core system Polaris. The project was completed on time with Polaris going into production in January 2021.
In order to be able to offer its partners' customers access to investing pension funds on Saxo Bank's investment platform, in 2018 Saxo Bank entered into an agreement with NES TECH to implement Polaris as the core system for pension administration. Polaris was put into operation at Saxo Bank at the beginning of 2019.
In 2016, Skandia Denmark entered into an agreement with NES TECH regarding the implementation of a new core system for their market rate portfolio. The new core system, Polaris, was put into operation in January 2018, where the entire customer base from the old core system was migrated into Polaris. Read more (in Danish) about the project here.