ANNOUNCEMENT: Roboyo accelerates its international expansion with the strategic acquisition of Procensol

NUREMBERG, Germany, Nov.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Roboyo accelerates its international expansion with the strategic acquisition of Procensol

NUREMBERG, Germany, Nov. 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Roboyo Group, the world's largest hyperautomation professional services company, has announced the acquisition of Procensol, a powerhouse in the development of low-code applications at the international.

The incorporation of Procensol adds 160 qualified employees to Roboyo's ranks with extensive experience in low-code development, an operation that consolidates its international leadership in the field of hyper-automation. With this acquisition, Roboyo significantly expands its presence in the UK, expands its operations to India and opens the door to the Asia-Pacific region, while also strengthening its US workforce. The result is a workforce of more than 600 employees, spread across 24 cities in 15 countries and 4 different continents.

Procensol's experience in low-code application development and service maintenance will add great value to Roboyo and help consolidate its position as a globally trusted end-to-end provider of hyper-automation solutions.

“Procensol has built an enviable reputation for developing low-code applications, and we believe that it will play a key role in the context of hyper-automation. We look forward to pooling knowledge and experience to provide outstanding service to our customers. It is a tremendously exciting step for everyone. It will not only support improvements in efficiency and productivity, but also in terms of optimization and digital transformation.”

Nicolas Hess, co-founder and CEO of Roboyo

The experience and extensive knowledge of the Procensol team —which relies on Appian and Mendix as leading low-code development providers— will bring great advantages to the Roboyo Group, which, thanks to this operation, will be in a position to offer its hyper-automation services to a growing client base.

Tim Clarke and Dan Cooke, CEOs of Procensol add: “Over the past 15 years, our purpose as providers of low-code platforms and consulting services has been to relentlessly innovate and deliver industry-leading solutions. We are delighted to join the Roboyo Group. Together we will expand our competencies in automation and digital transformation. This new chapter will bring with it exciting new opportunities for our partners and customers around the world.”

This strategic operation opens up an infinite range of possibilities for Roboyo clients, who will benefit from extraordinary opportunities for digital transformation, performance and hyper-automation.

About Roboyo

Roboyo helps its clients to put into operation a whole range of automation technologies based on AI. To this end, it creates hybrid human-digital templates that join forces to multiply the productivity of companies.

This holistic view of process automation helps companies redesign their operations by accelerating processes, drastically reducing operating costs and minimizing errors, improvements that are reflected in both the customer experience and that of the employees themselves.

About Procensol

Founded in 2008, Procensol is a global hyper-automation solutions and services provider focused on driving business results from low-code applications. Its client portfolio includes SMEs and large corporations, and the services it provides include digital and business transformation, process automation, low-code solutions and service maintenance.

After more than 12 years of impeccable service and collaboration with Appian, Procensol has been awarded many times. In 2020, it received the Value award in the category Outstanding Achievement in Delivery Excellence and Time to Value, which values ​​the extraordinary agility and quality of the company's deliveries. In 2021, he received the EMEA Distributor of the Year award, and in 2022, the Courage award for the Asia-Pacific region and Japan, for providing exceptional service to his customers.

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