As a company with deep Scandinavian roots, we build our business on two simple rules: make your customers happy and trust your colleagues to make the best decision.
Sticking to these values has helped us to win over thousands of customers as well as to create a meaningful, dynamic environment for our dedicated Debitoor team.
In practice, this means that we are constantly prototyping new ideas, learning to master the latest technologies and working on making the Debitoor application even easier to use.
We work in an inspiring environment to achieve these goals, with flexible working hours, in-house canteen, healthy office space and fun social events.
Meet the team
Allan likes giving public talks and contributes regularly to tech blogs. He feels we at Debitoor learned so much from other people sharing how they do things, that it's important to give something back. In his spare time he volunteers and teaches children, including one of his two daughters, about programming, electronics, 3d-printing and robots.
Colleagues refer to Dan as Mr. Whitespace, because he likes his code to look elegant and uncrowded. His ideal weekend getaway is to jump on a boat and go fishing off the Danish coast. His tinted glasses make Dan the most likely candidate for the role of Agent Smith, if Matrix will ever be re-enacted in the Debitoor office.
If there’s anyone who could be considered well-travelled it’s Oliver. By the end of April 2016 he’ll have visited country number 53. Half French, half Danish and born & raised in Luxembourg, Oliver is fan of TV series like Game of Thrones, House of Cards and Narcos as well as all kinds of outdoor activities. On top of that, he is one of our most cheerful developers at Debitoor.
Impeccably dressed and well-spoken, Alessandro is exactly the kind of person you would trust with dreaming up new ways to grow and improve Debitoor. A proud father and excellent cook, Alessandro likes to explore unmapped travel destinations or spend an afternoon with the latest issue of Economist in his spare time.
Pilar has a strong entrepreneurial spirit, leading Southern Europe & the UK at Debitoor. Outside the office, she volunteers as a mentor for handmade designers and artisans to help them develop their businesses. She brings a fresh, young attitude to her colleagues and to Debitoor customers and partners. In 2016, the Danish national newspaper Berlinske selected Pilar as one of Denmark's Top 100 Business Talents.
Jeppe is a natural born entertainer. His most critical audience was probably the kids at the kindergarden he once worked at. After that, becoming an actor seemed like a natural choice, coming to live by it in London, where in order to promote his career as actor he immersed himself in the SEO world. Now Jeppe takes care of of the marketing and communications strategy at Debitoor. And of course, entertaining the team when adding some competitiveness to a company day out in canoes. Jeppe lives in Copenhagen with his family.
Mads is a passionate designer with an eye for intelligent concepts and simple user interfaces. His creativity results in a lot of sketching and iterating. Already home, but still full of creativity, Mads dreams about architecture and wooden houses – to get inspiration, he listens to the tallest man on earth (a band).
Regional Manager - Germany
To pursue her studies, Hannah traded Bavarian pretzels for baguettes, øl and espressi and spent five charmed years in France, Denmark and Italy. Her multi-cultural journey serves her well in her current position at Debitoor, where Hannah forges new business partnerships and is responsible for the DACH region, heading Debitoor's office in Berlin. In her free time, Hannah plays the drums and indulges her wanderlust traveling the world.
Online marketing specialist
Behind that hipster style, there’s a huge fan of Mel Gibson in Braveheart and the heavy band D-A-D. Jan, raised in Copenhagen and on a little island south of the capital, has under his belt several comments on the betting site Bet365 for more than three years. As a football enthusiastic, his dream is to set a little football team with his girlfriend and future kids.
Online Editor - Italian
After moving to Copenhagen to finish her studies in Business at Copenhagen Business School. Laura decided to supplement her academic courses by gaining practical experience at Debitoor. She’s the person behind our Italian support and communication. Laura does her job with great enthusiasm and hopes that solving customer problems will help improve her skills for the future.
Assistant Online Editor- Spain
He could have easily landed a role in one of Pedro Almodovar’s movies: a chatty young man with a flair for design and aesthetics. Sergio is very fond of his native Madrid. In addition to keeping our Spanish customers updated and productive, Sergio knows how to convey a message in an easy-to-read but fun way. Social media is his dimension and he always adds a little bit of his personal spice to it.
Copywriter and online editor - Spain
Thanks to his innate curiosity and love of wondering, Javier continuously finds himself in unusual situations - from fraudsters' conventions to romantic encounters. Some of these stories eventually make it to Javier's blogs, while others are strictly reserved for face-to-face encounters. In his daily job, Javier works on Debitoor's Spanish-language media.
Online editor - Germany
Prior to joining Debitor's editorial team, Lene worked as a freelance cultural reporter, which makes her a human encyclopedia of fashion trends, musical genres and urban hotspots. While Lene finds a lot of inspiration in antique shops and silent cinema, her view of accounting is uncompromisingly futuristic - let chips and algorithms take care of the bean counting.
Andrii has the mind of a scholar and the body of an adrenaline junkie. When he is not reading papers on 11-axis space or coding multiplayer games for smartphones, he goes skydiving in wind tunnels, climbs dark caves or challenges his buddies to a beer guzzling duels (beware, his best time is just below 4 seconds). So if you ever need a travel companion with chutzpah and honed survival skills, Andrii is your guy!
His tilted glasses, stylish bow-tie and a mischievous grin lend Peter an aura of a TV person. Indeed, Peter is well on the way to become one thanks to his YouTube debut, where he explains do's and don'ts of bean counting and, in the process, brings the cool back into the accounting profession. Years of cross-border trading and dealing with bureaucracy taught Peter many valuable lessons, but the most important one remains: in accounting and in life, always give credit where credit is due.
Customer support - Germany
Alexey is there to help you with any questions regarding the software. Due to his work in support, he’s always well aware of the needs of the user community. When not at the office, he’s doing shows with his breakdance crew in London or Shanghai, watching Tarantino movies or walking his dog Freym in Berlin Mauerpark.
Community & Social Media Manager
If you’re following Debitoor on Twitter or Facebook, you’ll be seeing a lot of Andrea’s posts. When she’s not involved in social media or PR, she loves to experiment with recipes for her private food blog, do zumba or go for a run in her new Berlin neighbourhood.When she wants to relax, she gives in to her “Game of Thrones” obsession.
Online Editor - UK
Having worked on three different continents throughout several stages of her life, Whitney would be lying if she said she hasn’t experienced real cultural encounters. A high flying girl who has climbed Mt. Fuji and jumped from the highest bungee in the world, it's not surprising she is always up for an adventure. As a former English teacher and editor, Whitney is without a doubt the right person for our English speaking users.
Online Editor - France
This Lyon transplant, who has worked in Greenland for none other than the French Embassy, enjoys napping in the sun while listening to Beirut and Emancipator. Charles is the lead for the French market. He will help you find a solution if you come up against a problem in Debitoor or delight you with one of his travel stories. If you ever ask about his favourite character, he will answer: 'the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland’ - who can resist a good grin?
Jonatan is the posterboy of entrepreneurship. With a penchant for innovation, he founded his own web design company at age 17, creating websites for SMEs. This senior developer from north of Copenhagen skipped university and moved to London to work at Yahoo. Why is he so clued-up in finding mistakes in the code? Because his favorite character is Sherlock Holmes and he always keeps one eye looking ahead.
From the north of Copenhagen hails Daniel, an exceptional developer who indulges his sporty side in his free time playing football, running and working out at the gym. Just like Batman, one of his favorite movie characters, he is a man of few words who prefers to get straight to the point. At the office, he can be found coding or listening to Hans Zimmer’s music, or both.