Decentralised entrepreneurship within the network of companies is a key component of strategy at Unica. The network currently comprises more than 35 companies, each with their own profit and loss account and all operating independently to deliver the best possible service to their customers. This structure also enables them to respond rapidly to changing market conditions in their region or their field of specialisation.
To further underpin the commercial capacity of the individual companies, the network is organised in nine business clusters each with its own area of focus or specialisation. Enhancing cooperation between these clusters in order to deliver integrated services is a clear area of strategic focus. Knowledge delivered by the different clusters is increasingly resulting in combined service provision. One example is the proposition for an Energy Performance Advice for Utilities (EPA-U) label, according to which consultants and auditors from Unica Energy Solutions will be deployed to advise the customers of Unica Building Services in obtaining the required or desired energy label for their buildings. For the specialisation access and security, a new proposition will be launched in 2022, according to which the Nsecure centre of expertise at Unica Access & Security will be combined with the nationwide service organisation of Unica Building Services. These combined operations will be able to supply high-quality access and security solutions for mid-range companies and the SME sector.