Barclays, Cutover ink multi-year enterprise SaaS agreement

Barclays has signed a multi-year enterprise agreement with SaaS company Cutover, a 2015-graduate of the bank’s accelerator program.

Following Cutover’s graduation from the program, Barclays became a client and in 2017 signed a multi-year enterprise license agreement that allows Cutover solutions to be used across the bank’s operations.

Cutover enables the planning, orchestration and audit of human and technical activities in technology releases, resilience testing and major incident management; among other things. The company is headquartered at Rise London, home of the Barclays Fintech Accelerator in the UK, with offices in New York.

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