Webstep supports customers across multiple industries and areas. Together we ensure power supply, efficient airline booking, innovative mobile banking, and efficient cloud solutions. Additionally Webstep turns data information into business value and we develop digitized healthcare solutions and services for vital functions in the society. And much more. The stories are almost endless.
With Webstep clients can create and improve digital services and solutions. We connect technology and business by actively looking for ways to turn ideas into reality. We understand the building blocks and we can bring you to the next level of technological possibilities, such as IoT, machine learning, data science, and robotizing. We’re hands-on and not afraid of rough weather – this has shaped our identity.
Talented people get the job done quickly and with quality, which benefits everybody. That is why Webstep is comprised of senior consultants and we only recruit highly talented and experienced professionals. Additionally personality traits are also valued to ensure great customer collaboration. In the end working with Webstep should be seamless.
2017OSE listed since
9Departments in Norway and Sweden
11Average years of employee experience
690Annual turnover (MNOK) 2020
11Years on top 10 - Great Place to Work
25Nationalities of the Employees
200Average number of active clients
Board of Directors
Webstep ASA – Board of Directors:
Set out below are brief biographies of the Webstep ASA board members, including their relevant management expertise and experience:
Johannessen has previously been the CEO of Hatteland Display AS and Senior Vice President in Tomra Systems ASA, and he has also extensive experience as a consultant for McKinsey & Company. Further, he has served as chairman of the board of the technology companies Enoro AS and Projectiondesign AS. He holds the title Siviløkonom from the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH).
Trygve Christian Moe, Board Member
Trygve Christian Moe, born in 1971, EVP Strategy & Business Development in Embron Group and VP Financial Investments in J.C. Broch. Mr. Moe has extensive business experience from McKinsey&Company, the Orkla Group, Hatteland Display and Herkules Capital. He has served on the board of directors of Pronova Biopharma, the Validus Group, Norsk Jernbanedrift and Optin Bank. He holds a Master of Science in Finance from HEC School of Management and the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH).
Moe represents J.C. Broch AS, Webstep’s largest shareholder, which including related parties holds 7,608,735 shares in the company (approximately 28.2% per 12 May 2020).
Kjetil Bakke Eriksen, Board Member
Kjetil Bakke Eriksen, born in 1968, and CEO of Webstep from 2006 – 2019, has previously served on the board of directors of Webstep and as chair of the board in several subsidiaries of Webstep. Mr. Eriksen has over 25 years of experience in consulting. He has further management experience from Norske Systemarkitekter AS. Mr. Eriksen currently chairs and serves on the board in several companies. He holds a B.Sc. from The Norwegian School of Information Technology.
Mr. Eriksen is an independent board member, holding no shares in the company as of 5 January 2020.
Siw Ødegaard, Board Member
Siw Ødegaard, born in 1966, has various experiences from Virtualworks Group AS. – now Ayfie Group – as CFO and from LINK Mobility Group ASA as CFO and Executive Vice President M&A and IR. She holds a BA from University of London and Master of Management programs from BI.
Mrs Ødegaard is an independent board member, and holds 4,100 shares in the company as of 12 May 2020 through Kvinnesiden AS.
Toril Nag, Board Member
Toril Nag, born in 1964, has broad management experiences from the IT and telecommunication industry and currently holds the position as EVP, Telecommunication of Lyse AS and CEO of Lyse Fiberinvest AS. She has further management experience from other large IT and telecommunication companies as well as from the banking and financing industry and has held a number of board appointments in technology, energy and R&D-related companies, including Ambita AS, IKT-Norge and Altibox AS. She holds a m MSc in Computer Science from University of Strathclyde and has additional education in management from BI Norwegian Business School.
Mrs Nag is an independent board member, holding no shares in the company as of 12 May 2020
Our Vision and Values
Webstep develop for tomorrow – through valuable cooperation between people and technology, in everyday life, in business and in society.
We live by our core valueas Skiled, Innovative, Uncomplicated and Generous.
Skilled means we are knowledgeable and dedicated. We build competence and always make sure to deliver high quality.
Innovative make sure that we head for tomorrow, with exploratory, open minds – curious and playful and without fear. We believe in initiatives, simplicity, oppurtunities and solutions.
Uncomplicated make sure that we go forward with open and honest minds. We make sure that we handle expectations and culture with care, that we fit in, and offer energy and solutions.
Generous explain our tolerant and understanding attitude, the value of sharing, sincere contributions, dialogue and cooperation.
Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR
Webstep is located in Norway and Sweden. We are very well established within our cities and we have professional relationships in various business areas, markets, nongovernmental organizations, partnerships, and the society. Our relationships are built on honesty, respectability, and trust, and our values help create great development within our society and businesses.
The services we develop and deliver both to public and private organizations provide significant help and are of great importance socially and professionally. We turn critical community tasks into reality, such as within health, transportation, tolls and customs, and within accounting, electrical power, pension and retirement, and justice administration.
We cover most industries and we provide expertise and great capability to key players in for instance the food industry, banking and financial institutions, oil and offshore operations, power and energy, and to telecom and organizations in the software industry.
We care about our work environment and employee rights, terms and benefits, and the opportunity for growth both on and off work. We believe our employees thrive in an environment built on trust, with the opportunity to make a difference, and freedom to take responsibility and make mature decisions in the best interest of oneself and the organization.
CSR: Agreements and Guidelines
Our work agreements and guidelines emphasize ethical behaviour, strong data security, and encourage excellent financial and practical business practices. Webstep’s policy on anti corruption and our commitment to data security are essential when it comes to our relationship with clients, suppliers, and partners.
Award Winning work environment
Webstep is locally present with an award winning work environment while also emphasizing a healthy work/leisure balance. This flexibility is an encouragement to our employees to support volunteer work and non profit organizations while also being environmentally aware in all our actions.
Webstep is about redefining the rules of the game, carefully choosing our employees, with high focus on a solid education, relevant experience, and a social persona.
The result? A ‘big little company’ – we are big due to our large number of excellent employees and our ability to deliver, and small due to our local closeness tailored to their markets and with a unique work environment and culture.
Webstep is tailored towards digital transformation (digitization), customer satisfaction, and proud consultants, who feel at home.
The startup phase 2000-2003
During the beginning our focus was to build and shape an innovative, seamless and efficient IT consultant firm made up of competent people. The idea was that a company consisting of senior consultants would easily succeed in both hiring the best and ensuring that our clients work with the best. A company built on an excellent working environment combined with returning customers was a recipe for success. And it worked.
By 2003 the work model was in place and the company was growing accordingly with excellent results. Our focus was sales and customers, marketing, and customer consulting and customer follow-up. It was now time to broaden our horizon.
Blooming as of 2004
Between 2004 and 2006 Webstep was established in several cities with Oslo being first, quickly followed by Stavanger and Trondheim. The same work model was utilized. Between 2007 and 2010 the Oslo office was divided into four different divisions based on our various technology- and market areas. A division for Java- and .Net technology was created first followed by divisions for Business Intelligence and project- and testing management.
The acquisition of Diversify in 2012 in Sweden resulted in offices in Stockholm and Malmo and in 2015 Diversify changed its name to Webstep. In 2013 a division for Business Intelligence was created in Bergen and the following year a development department was in place in Kristiansand.
Digitized times – 2015 and forward
We live in a perfect era surrounded by anything digital and digitized. The tools, the experiences, and our ability to capture and restart everything is well established within Webstep and our strength is our ability to turn a customer’s technical opportunity into a business reality. We live in and with the development of all technical opportunities.
In 2015 we added Internet of Things to our key focus areas which centers around the cloud, mobility, machine learning, robotics, analytics, and more. Our hands-on competence in technology, across platforms, and our close relationships with our clients, create opportunities. We live in the age of digitalization and Webstep is at the forefront.