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The Norwegian leader in Accounting, Norian, to expand Vilnius operations

February 12, 2024

Norwegian business services provider Norian has announced plans to expand its Lithuanian base. The company is looking to add at least 100 full-time specialists to its team in Vilnius over the next three years.

Oslo-headquartered Norian is one of the leading providers of Accounting, Payroll, and Intelligent Automation solutions in Northern Europe. Currently serving over 1,500 corporate clients across the continent, Norian helps companies in a wide range of industries to simplify their business and administrative processes. The company employs 600 specialists in 6 countries.

In 2005, Norian established a financial transactions center in Lithuania. Over time, both the center’s headcount and list of functions expanded considerably. Today, Norian has a 350-strong team in Vilnius, making the Lithuanian office the company’s largest.

Our center was one of the first Scandinavian business services centers in Lithuania to start providing financial services to Scandinavian markets. Since then, the range of services we provide has grown from inbound and outbound account administration to comprehensive accounting and payroll services, ERP system administration and support, and intelligent automation solutions for clients in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Lithuania.
Knut Anders Opstad, Norian Group CEO

Most of Norian’s team in Vilnius provide these services in Scandinavian languages, directly in contact with both end-customers and financial authorities in Scandinavia. The specialists can develop the necessary linguistic skills in the company’s in-house language school. Moreover, Norian has a strong RPA and ERP team in Vilnius, which ensures continuous improvement of processes and highly automated solutions for clients.

Currently, Norian is looking for Accounting, Payroll and IT specialists to join its growing Lithuanian team. In total, the company expects to hire at least 100 employees over the next three years.

Our new employees usually start working on our existing deliveries while the responsibility for all new customers and functions lies with our existing team. We nurture a Scandinavian working culture, where employees have a high degree of freedom, flexibility, and personal responsibility, and we have adopted flexible working hours and a hybrid working model, which gives our team the ability to balance work and private life.
Lina Maroscikiene, general manager of Norian business service center in Lithuania

In 2021, Norian became a part of Ecit AS, a group of companies with over 2200 employees and a presence in 10 countries that supports its customers with accounting, payroll, and a broad range of Information Technology (IT) services. It was an important step that strengthened their client base and opened further development and innovation horizons.

According to Elijus Čivilis, General Manager at Invest Lithuania, Norian’s success story in Lithuania shows the depth and potential of the local talent pool:

Over nearly two decades, Norian has increased its Lithuanian headcount five-fold and added Intelligent Automation solutions to its roster of functions. An increasing number of Global Business Services & ICT centres in Lithuania are joining the company in this regard. In 2022, half of them were developing robotic process automation (RPA) solutions. It shows that Lithuania is a great location for providing sophisticated, high value-added services to clients in Europe and elsewhere.
Elijus Čivilis, General Manager at Invest Lithuania
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