Neonomics works with Norway’s Digipost on checkout solution

Ellie Duncan
12 Mar 2024

Norway’s official digital mailbox Digipost has launched a ‘Checkout’ solution for its three million end users which is entirely powered by Open Banking, in partnership with Neonomics.

The Neonomics ‘Checkout’ solution is now the sole payment method for Digipost’s end users after “extensive trialling”, enabling individuals in Norway to pay their invoices directly within the Digipost app.

The latest launch is part of Neonomics’ and Digipost’s longstanding partnership, enabling the delivery of secure payment journeys for end users across Norway.

Neonomics unifies access to more than 2,500 banks and 150 million bank customers across Europe via its API platform.

Thomas Mathisen, senior vice president at 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.”

Digital mailboxes are considered the primary form of official communication between residents and public institutions in the Nordic region, including the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration.

Digipost counts more than 25,000 public institutions and private businesses as customers.

Christoffer Andvig, chief executive officer of Neonomics, said that among digital mailbox offerings in the Nordics, there is a focus 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,” Andvig added.

Swedish payment provider Ping Payments recently started working with Neonomics to enhance its Open Banking services offering across the Nordics.

Neonomics will manage end user consents and A2A payments for Ping Payments, as well as provide Open Banking-powered identity verification.