UNILY. Amazing digital experiences.

Unily is the brainchild of two British entrepreneurs with a shared passion for generating innovative and disruptive solutions that push the limits of technology. In 2006 the company launched as a SharePoint consultancy that quickly rose to prominence, attracting an enviable client base of global brands. Always on the look-out for more effective solutions, the Brightstarr consultancy saw the opportunity to build on their successes with a single, configurable product that took the digital workplace concept to new frontiers. That product was Unily. The success of the product saw the company rebrand under the product name in 2018 and move forward with a new vision of the digital experience platform.

Having established itself firmly as a leading intranet solution, Unily’s proclivity for innovation has since seen it develop into a multifunctional platform capable of solving a catalog of business challenges. With its roots firmly in the workplace setting, Unily has gone on to prove its agility in catering for B2E, B2B and B2C scenarios. Unily's DXC solution offers enterprises the flexibility to create Intranets, Extranets, Customer Portals all using the same intuitive software to deliver next-gen digital experiences. And where a business requires a bespoke solution to meet a specific use case, Unily's Portal X provides the answer, with a reliable framework that can be rapidly adapted to fulfill just about any enterprise need.

While the product continues to develop at pace to meet new and changing demands, the essence of Unily is grounded in the foundations from which it has grown. At its core are three elements: exceptional user experience, unparalleled functionality and relentless innovation.

AWARDS. Globally recognized.

TEAM. The people behind our success.

Our people are our greatest asset and as a team we represent the perfect blend of technical, UX and consultancy skills, enabling us to deliver extraordinary digital experiences time and time again.

Will Saville
Co-Founder

Richard Paterson
Co-Founder

Sam Hassani
Chief Technology Officer

Jo Skilton
Chief Commercial Officer

Mark Sahal
Chief Operating Officer

Chris Saville

Chris Saville
Chief Marketing Officer

Paul Jackson
Managing Director, EMEA

Jon Parker
CEO, US

Anthony Woo
CEO, APAC

Matt Harding
Global Head of Engineering

Michael Draisey
Global Technical Delivery Manager

Glen Chambers
Senior Vice President of Sales

Accreditations. Certified to the highest standard.

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