Unifiedpost was founded in Belgium by our CEO, Hans Leybaert, in 2001 and since 22 September 2020 we are listed on Euronext Brussels.
Here you can read more about our history and acquisitions over the years.
Unifiedpost Group wants to become the leading cloud-based platform for SME business services built on “Documents”, “Identity” and “Payments” and help customers structure complex financial administrative processes by delivering simple, smart, digital solutions.
Unifiedpost Belgium includes approximately 200 employees across 3 locations.
Our offering in Sweden
When we handle your business’s post we make sure to optimize everything from your office post to large shipments, accessing all Nordic postal operators. Quite simply – We get you simpler and cheaper postage.
Let your customers be in charge of how they want to receive their post – to their digital mailbox, by e-invoice, on paper or directly to their phone. We make sure it gets delivered to the lowest cost regardless channel.
News & Events
Unifiedpost Group listed on Euronext Brussels
La Hulpe (Belgium), 22 September 2020 — On 22 September 2020 Unifiedpost Group listed on the regulated market of Euronext Brussels. Going public is an important milestone for Unifiedpost Group’s future growth journey as an independent Fintech company. (the “Listing”).
Unifiedpost Group expands business platform Billtobox with payment functionality
One of Europe’s leading Fintech firms, Unifiedpost Group, is enabling SMEs using their Billtobox platform to start paying and receiving payments within the platform. “To make administrative and financial processes simpler and smarter, Billtobox customers will now be able to manage invoicing, digital archiving of documents, accounting and payments in a single platform,” said Unifiedpost Payments CEO Arthur Paijens.
Unifiedpost Sign ready to speed up business processes with electronic signatures
Getting the right signatures on the right piece of paper has always been an important part of running a business: crucial documents like contracts simply need signing. Yet, more and more processes are being handled electronically, both in the home and in business premises. The current reality of homeworking during the pandemic has certainly catalysed this evolution, but, many businesses, however, still rely on pen and paper for signatures. Why?
When you add up all the extra labour associated with printing, rescanning and processing signed documents, it’s obvious how much time and productivity is being wasted.