The operations of the Visma Group comprises five software business areas, which corresponds with Visma’s strategic positions in important segments: SMB, Enterprise, Retail, Custom Solutions and IT & Hosting. Visma is present in twelve countries with a pivot in Northern Europe. Our headquarter is located in Oslo, Norway.
The Visma Group in brief
CEO: Øystein Moan
Revenue 2017: NOK 9,346 million
EBITDA 2017: NOK 2,152 million
Employees 2018: 6,700
Customers 2018: 760,000 (and more than 300 000 hosting customers)
One step ahead
We provide solutions that keep our customers one step ahead of their competition. In optimising for efficiency, the goal posts are constantly being moved. There will always be parts of an operation that can be performed more efficiently – or automated altogether. At Visma, we aim to provide solutions and software that are of such high quality that they turn our customers’ business and administrative processes into competitive advantages. That means offering world-leading solutions today, as well as tapping into the opportunities tomorrow's technology offers.
Revenue per segment (2016)
SMB: NOK 3,900 M
Enterprise: NOK 1,689 M
Retail: NOK 1,039 M
Custom Solutions: NOK 917 M
IT and Hosting: NOK 301 M
BPO*: NOK 1,954 M
* During 2016, Visma has sold its BPO division
Revenue per country (2016)
Norway: NOK 3,065 M
Sweden: NOK 2,817 M
Finland: NOK 866 M
Denmark: NOK 646 M
The Netherlands: NOK 300 M
Latvia: NOK 69 M
Others: NOK 92 M
Employees per division (pr 1/12-2016)
Custom Solutions: 789
IT and Hosting: 213
Group HQ: 20
Since taking the reins in 1997, Moan has led Visma to become one of the most innovative companies in the Nordic region. He has taken the company from 300 to more than 7,000 employees, and increased revenue from EUR 30 million to EUR 900 million.
As CFO, Bjerkan has steadily led Visma through healthy and continuous financial growth. The former founder of Multisoft (a part of the merger on which Visma was established) is involved in all decisions that could possibly affect Visma’s financial results.
As Director of the SMB Division, Gundersen is in charge of providing our small to medium sized customers with efficient and easy to use business admin solutions. The migration to the cloud is well underway, new business models awaits both Visma and our customers – and Eivind Gundersen has both the experience and ability to lead the division through these exciting times.
The division provides full-scale ERP and HRM systems for complex businesses along with public sector production systems for areas such as school administration, care for the elderly, and child protective services. Both government organization and private enterprises are in a state of transition, migrating from on premise systems to cloud solutions – With a combination of technical and business skills Nils Vold has the expertise to succeed with this cloud transformation - and his experience with M&A is important for the future strategy in Visma Enterprise.
Handling – and winning – the largest ICT contracts in the public sector, this division combine the highest professional standards with an unwavering customer value. Boje Møller leads by example, and the former IT consultant’s experience is valuable for all aspects of his job.
Knowing sales inside out is a great attribute when leading Visma’s Retail IT division. With the region’s largest retailers amongst their customers, Fischer and his team go out of their way to deliver value-adding solutions – from the sales point to the head office.
IT service delivery in 2014 means rapid growth and major changes as emerging technologies introduce paradigm shifts. Cloud service delivery is the next major driver. Success in changing environments requires the ability to innovate, design and deliver while providing steady and secure IT deliveries. Having the capability to design and implement this value chain in the form of services is critical to the future success of Visma IT and its mission of delivering business value. Espen brings broad IT experience, ranging from technical operations to top management, from both the private and the public sector.
With strategic acquisitions an important factor in Visma’s growth, Männik has since 2010 had to make full use of his diplomacy skills and excellent financial insight. Männik and his highly skilled team of financial analysts and experts are hands-on throughout all Visma’s M&A processes.
Through a systematic and long-term effort, Settevik has turned Visma into a highly recognized and trusted brand. Overseeing marketing and communication resources in five countries and across a myriad of entities, her conviction of the value of a strong master brand has certainly come to fruition.
With the clear-cut objective of improving customer loyalty, Ludahl has become the symbol of the Net Promoter Score program. Through his efforts all Visma entities are dedicated to measure and improve customer experience and loyalty – a vital step in ensuring organic growth.
Promoting Visma as a desirable place to work as well as improving employee satisfactions, are both vital in order to attract the top talents Visma require. As Chief HR Officer, Hverven Bull has systemized and coordinated Visma’s joint HR efforts across all entities.