Unit4 – in business for people.
Our individual and collective success is driven by our commitment to making things better for everybody that our business affects.
There are three key ways we pursue that goal
How we develop
Technology innovation is our constant focus
Recently, we invited talented teams of Unit4 developers from around the world to Oslo, for our latest "Crazy Lab Days" event.
Their challenge was to develop new bots, from scratch, in just 5 days!
Watch this short video to get a taste of the event and see our inventive teams in action.
Unit4 gave me the opportunity to develop my skills and further my career. Having a challenging job with a wide spectrum of responsibilities – along with the freedom to take decisions – has made me realize what I’m really good at, allowing me to specialize. I’ve built on that knowledge and expertise, benefiting not only myself but also the customers and Unit4.
An employer with social responsibility for communities and its workforce. I enjoy contributing to our business, but what really motivates me is that we also focus on social initiatives that contribute to society.
The word TEAM has an acronym “Together Everyone Achieves More”. This is a very true statement, in my experience we’re all working toward the common goal of bettering the lives of our customers by thoroughly aligning the right technology, software and services needed to support our customers’ goals.
Some life stories
A career with Unit4 –
What we value
Wholeheartedly investing in the communities we serve and live in
At Unit4, we are committed to the many communities that we are part of all over the world.
Watch this short video to hear from our CEO – Stephan Sieber – how Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) underpins everything we do.
Who we support
Some good causes we support around the world
- ACF: Action Against Hunger (France)
- Cancer Research (UK)
- Deutsche Kinderkrebsstiftung (Germany)
- L'Arche (Poland)
- Little Bleeders (UK)
- Macmillan Cancer Support (UK)
- Robinson Crusoe Foundation (Poland)
- Spieren voor Spieren (Netherlands)
- Save The Children (Italy)
- The Prince’s Trust (UK)