Zühlke and aixigo decide on strategic partnership

One of the first projects in which both companies were involved is the first active digital wealth management in Switzerland. Vontobel is the first Swiss financial institution to offer its clients the investment expertise of a globally active wealth manager in digital form with Vontobel Volt®. In addition to traditional active wealth management, Vontobel Volt® makes Vontobel's comprehensive performance promise usable and tangible in a new way. Customers can use the intuitive Volt app on their smartphones to invest in financial assets actively managed by experts and help shape their personal portfolio. 

"The financial sector is currently undergoing fundamental change. In this challenging environment, banks need sparring partners at eye level to drive their digital vision forward and offer their customers new experiences in an optimal interaction between business and technology. Zühlke and aixigo work together to accompany financial service providers on this path," says Heinz Rudin - Director Business Development & Partner, Zühlke.

"Wealth management is facing major challenges worldwide. This is why the partnership between Zühlke and aixigo is an excellent symbiosis to support banks in the areas of growth and profitability with consulting, integration and software expertise. We have already proved that this is possible together with the investment house Vontobel," says Christian Friedrich - CBO aixigo AG.


 

About Zühlke

As a service provider for innovation projects, Zühlke combines business and technology expertise to create solutions that inspire customers. The company develops economically successful products, services and business models for the digital future - from the idea to the realisation and operation. More than 1200 experts with experience from over 10,000 projects are committed to this. The Zühlke Group is present in Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, Austria, Serbia, Bulgaria, Hong Kong and Singapore. In 2019 the company achieved a turnover of 170 million Swiss francs (153 million euros).

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