Digipost launches Neonomics open banking powered checkout as exclusive payment option for invoicing

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March 12, 2024
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12.03.2024 OSLO, NORWAY – Digipost, Norway's official digital mailbox, has recently launched Neonomics open banking powered Checkout as the sole payment method for its 3 million end users, enabling people across Norway to pay their invoices directly within their Digipost app in a faster and more convenient manner.

Sending millions of invoices, Digipost has identified delivering secure and fast payments experiences as a core user benefit. The two companies have had a long-standing partnership, with Digipost being an early adopter of Neonomics open banking offerings. After extensive trialing, Digipost has now released a payment experience fully powered by open banking. With Neonomics Checkout solution and market leading bank coverage, they are now able to deliver secure payment journeys for end users in every corner of the country.

Speaking on the collaboration, Thomas Mathisen, SVP of Digipost said, "We have worked closely with Neonomics to deliver a solution that is as user friendly as it is cost-efficient, enabling users to pay and manage their payments within our app. Improving user experience is a priority for us, and we’re always looking for ways to add value for our users. We believe the new and improved payment solution will benefit both senders and receivers."

In the Nordic region, digital mailboxes are widely used as the primary form of official communication between residents and public institutions such as the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration or local governments. Digipost has over 25,000 public institutions and private businesses as its customers.

Commenting on the continued progress with Digipost, Christoffer Andvig CEO of Neonomics said, "Digital mailbox offerings are expanding across the Nordics, with a concentration on strengthening user experiences. We look forward to our continued partnership with Digipost and supporting their mission to enhance the convenience they deliver through secure digital communication channels, empowering individuals and business alike." 

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About Neonomics

Neonomics is an open banking disruptor unifying access to over 2500 banks and 150 million bank customers across Europe via one of the most secure and cost-efficient pure PSD2 API platforms in the market. Founded and headquartered in Oslo, Norway in 2017, the company currently has a growing highly technical team representing 25 different nationalities with close to 40% being female. Authorized by the Norwegian FSA as a licensed payment institution the company is delivering payments initiation and account information services to a wide range of customers spanningFinTechs, payment service providers, banks and more. For more information about Neonomics, visit www.neonomics.io

Media Contact Details:

SarahThue, Marketing@ Neonomics
sthue@Neonomics.io

About Digipost:

Digipost is Posten Bring’s digital mailbox service. Important information, such as mail containing personal data, is sent to Norwegian citizens’ digital mailboxes by both public and private senders. More than 25,000 senders and 3 million Norwegians use Digipost.

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Digipost launches Neonomics open banking powered checkout as exclusive payment option for invoicing

12.03.2024 OSLO, NORWAY – Digipost, Norway's official digital mailbox, has recently launched Neonomics open banking powered Checkout as the sole payment method for its 3 million end users, enabling people across Norway to pay their invoices directly within their Digipost app in a faster and more convenient manner.

Sending millions of invoices, Digipost has identified delivering secure and fast payments experiences as a core user benefit. The two companies have had a long-standing partnership, with Digipost being an early adopter of Neonomics open banking offerings. After extensive trialing, Digipost has now released a payment experience fully powered by open banking. With Neonomics Checkout solution and market leading bank coverage, they are now able to deliver secure payment journeys for end users in every corner of the country.

Speaking on the collaboration, Thomas Mathisen, SVP of Digipost said, "We have worked closely with Neonomics to deliver a solution that is as user friendly as it is cost-efficient, enabling users to pay and manage their payments within our app. Improving user experience is a priority for us, and we’re always looking for ways to add value for our users. We believe the new and improved payment solution will benefit both senders and receivers."

In the Nordic region, digital mailboxes are widely used as the primary form of official communication between residents and public institutions such as the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration or local governments. Digipost has over 25,000 public institutions and private businesses as its customers.

Commenting on the continued progress with Digipost, Christoffer Andvig CEO of Neonomics said, "Digital mailbox offerings are expanding across the Nordics, with a concentration on strengthening user experiences. We look forward to our continued partnership with Digipost and supporting their mission to enhance the convenience they deliver through secure digital communication channels, empowering individuals and business alike." 

                                                                                   ###

About Neonomics

Neonomics is an open banking disruptor unifying access to over 2500 banks and 150 million bank customers across Europe via one of the most secure and cost-efficient pure PSD2 API platforms in the market. Founded and headquartered in Oslo, Norway in 2017, the company currently has a growing highly technical team representing 25 different nationalities with close to 40% being female. Authorized by the Norwegian FSA as a licensed payment institution the company is delivering payments initiation and account information services to a wide range of customers spanningFinTechs, payment service providers, banks and more. For more information about Neonomics, visit www.neonomics.io

Media Contact Details:

SarahThue, Marketing@ Neonomics
sthue@Neonomics.io

About Digipost:

Digipost is Posten Bring’s digital mailbox service. Important information, such as mail containing personal data, is sent to Norwegian citizens’ digital mailboxes by both public and private senders. More than 25,000 senders and 3 million Norwegians use Digipost.

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