The addition of JOLT adds 150 automation specialists to the Americas operations, providing full coverage of the US market and boosting its global presence to over 400 employees in 18 cities across 10 countries and three continents.
Luke Jones, Partner at MML, comments:
“We are delighted to welcome Jordan, Chris and the whole JOLT team to the Roboyo family. This marks another transformational transaction for the business, further cementing the group’s position as the world’s largest Intelligent Automation professional services company. With the acquisition of JOLT, Roboyo are bringing on board the leading North American services provider, having reported triple-digit growth over the last three years and been recognised by Inc. as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The combined business now has even greater capability, with truly global reach and innovative new services.”
Christian Voigt, Roboyo’s CEO Americas, says:
“Deeper investment in the North American market is a key priority for Roboyo because it enables us to better serve our truly international client base, both within the Fortune 500 and beyond. With JOLT as part of the Roboyo Group we are a stronger partner and our ability to drive sustainable cost, competitive and cultural advantages for clients is taken to the Next Level.”
Will Stewart and Luke Jones led the deal for MML. Roboyo was advised by Pinsent Masons (Legal, Ed Stead / Bryan Chapman / Rebecca Shenkin) and RSM (Financial and Tax, Rob McCarthy / Laura Bollen / Nathan Derham).