The Stockholm office is Adyen’s hub covering the Nordics and Baltics. Opened in 2012, the office is centrally located in the heart of the city making it easy to reach no matter if you’re traveling from near or afar.
We work with amazing customers across lots of different verticals, such as H&M, Nordic Choice, SATS, and Spotify. Adyen wants to be a partner to its customers, helping them grow with technology.
Speed is the foundation of our company. We’re always aiming to maintain our speed - whether it’s about our technology or helping our customers. Our business evolves constantly - and our people along with it.
Adyen is made up of 42% engineers, and it shows. Our technology is best in class and helps merchants sell online, at POS, and on mobile through a single platform.
At Adyen winning as a team always trumps personal ego. As a result we have teams you can trust, that can back you up and most importantly - have fun together whilst changing the payments landscape.
“Being an implementation manager at Adyen is about a lot more than the technology at hand. It’s about understanding customers’ needs, and helping them get the most out of our platform. I’ve always liked the human side of tech, and at Adyen I get to work with a market-leading product and amazing customers.”
“Adyen doesn’t do job titles in the conventional sense. No matter what it says on the contract, the culture encourages you to do what’s needed to get the work done. This means that you learn a lot - all the time. It’s a great environment if you enjoy a fast pace.”
“What I love most about Adyen is how genuine everyone is to each other. I’ve worked in payments for more than five years and I’ve never experienced a culture where everyone is as smart, driven and helpful as I have here. It’s clear that Adyen is about winning as a team, and even with my experience I find that I learn something new every day.”
Christofer, Account management
“Things move fast at Adyen and our merchants have high expectations of us. That wouldn’t be possible to handle unless it was for the great people that work here, and the freedom we are given to make good decisions in teams without unnecessary hierarchies.”