The deal significantly strengthens Roboyo’s UK presence, expands its footprint in India and extends its reach into APAC for the first time. It also boosts Roboyo’s global presence to over 600 employees at locations in 24 cities, across 15 countries and four continents.
Luke Jones, Partner at MML, explains:
“Procensol’s experience in low-code application development and managed services is a huge asset for Roboyo. With Procensol’s focus on Appian and Mendix, as best-in-class vendors for low-code development, the experience and expertise of the Procensol team is a powerful addition to the Roboyo Group, expanding its hyperautomation services for a growing portfolio of clients. We are very excited to welcome a group of extremely talented new colleagues to the business!”
Nicolas Hess, Co-Founder and CEO of Roboyo, expands:
“Procensol has built an enviable reputation for low-code application development, and we see this being a crucial part of the hyperautomation agenda. We look forward to combining our complementary skills and expertise to create next level impact for clients. From performance and efficiency gains to digital transformation and optimisation, this is an incredibly exciting leap forward for us all.”
Will Stewart, Luke Jones, and Sara Neves (MML) and Brian Southward (Roboyo) led the deal. Roboyo was advised by Pinsent Masons (Legal, Ed Stead / Rob Cunningham) and GT (Financial and Tax, Dara Kelly / Andrew Rigby). The transaction was supported by Investec Growth & Leveraged Finance.