Netcetera acquires app developer Kamino

22 February 2023 14:39

Zurich/Ljubljana - Netcetera has acquired its Slovenian partner Kamino. The Zurich software company is thereby strengthening its core competency for the development of mobile apps, digital identities and digital payment solutions.

Netcetera based in Zurich has been cooperating successfully with Kamino for many years. At the beginning of 2023, Netcetera acquired 100% of the Slovenian software company, as was reported in a press release. Kamino has 50 experts employed at its offices in Ljubljana.

Kamino specializes in the design, development and maintenance of mobile apps as well as in digital identities. The company has built the Slovenian national eID app, among others. Kamino complements Netcetera’s strong end-to-end offer in the payment and banking industry. It also developed a digital wallet for an investment company. According to the press release, Kamino has a strong user experience team to ensure its own portfolio is user friendly.

Netcetera expects this acquisition to strengthen its existing business. “With this strategic expansion, we are investing in our core strengths with additional business expertise and engineering power and a new location in Ljubljana,” commented Carsten Wengel, CEO at Netcetera. 

Andrej Slapnik, CEO and co-founder of Kamino, is confident that the two companies are a great fit. “We look forward to driving innovation in payment and digital identity with user-friendly digital solutions and are excited to begin this journey as part of Netcetera,” he said. 

Netcetera has been majority owned by Giesecke+Devrient since the end of 2022. stk 

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