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 BrightStarr, a Sharepoint consultancy that quickly rose to prominence, attracting an enviable client base of global brands. Always innovating and never complacent, BrightStarr 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 BrightStarr rebrand under the product name in 2018 and move forward with a new vision of the digital experience platform.

The essence of Unily is grounded in the foundations from which it has grown. At it’s 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 at Unily.

Richard Paterson
Co Founder at Unily.

Jon Parker
Chief Executive Officer at Unily.

Hannah Unsworth
Global Head of Customer Engagement at Unily.

Sam Hassani
Chief Technology Officer at Unily.

Glen Chambers
Senior Vice President of Sales at Unily.

Chris Saville

Chris Saville
Chief Marketing Officer at Unily.

Mark Sahal
Chief Operating Officer at Unily.

Jo Skilton
Chief Commercial Officer at Unily.

Matt Harding
Global Head of Engineering at Unily.

Michael Draisey
Global Product Manager at Unily.

Paul Jackson
Managing Director at Unily.

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Our clients. Intranet solutions for the enterprise.

Unily has worked with customers from all verticals to develop unique digital experiences that transform communication, collaboration, engagement and productivity. Every project we take on is another opportunity to demonstrate the agility of the product and the reliability of our established success framework.

Informa

Informa is an international business intelligence, publishing and events company, and a constituent of the FTSE 100. With 7,500 colleagues working in one of five business divisions - Academic Publishing, Business Intelligence, Global Exhibitions, Knowledge & Networking and Global Support – in locations from Sydney to São Paulo, the goal was to create a new digital workspace that would increase collaboration and the use of technology, improve the two-way-flow of communication and bring people together.

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Informa

Hershey's

The Hershey Company is one of the world’s largest chocolate manufacturers, famous for iconic confectionary treats such as the Hershey Kiss. Our video case study grants you behind the scenes access to Hershey's operation, where you can discover how a Unily intranet supports their global workforce in delivering the highest quality goods and service to customers around the world.

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Hershey's

Wiggle

Wiggle is the leading online retailer for cycling, running and swimming across the globe and No.1 in Tri-Sports internet retail. In our case study, discover the journey of their first intranet solution, designed to drive communication, collaboration and support their rapidly expanding business.

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Wiggle

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Why is customer experience important for your business and how can you improve it?

Consumers are becoming increasingly demanding. It’s therefore absolutely vital for businesses to embrace the technology required to provide an exceptional customer experience to maintain a competitive advantage. Failure to do so can lead to your enterprise falling behind competitors and making up this lost ground can be very difficult.

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