Roboyo ramps up global expansion with strategic acquisition of procensol

Roboyo Group, the world’s largest hyperautomation professional services company announces its acquisition of Procensol – a global powerhouse in low-code app development.

By bringing in Procensol, Roboyo gains a 160-strong team with a wealth of low-code experience, further securing its position as a global hyperautomation leader. This acquisition significantly strengthens Roboyo’s UK presence, expands its footprint in India, and extends reach into APAC, whilst growing its existing US entity. This boosts Roboyo’s global presence to over 600 employees at locations in 24 cities, across 15 countries and 4 continents.

Procensol’s experience in low-code application development and managed services is a huge win for Roboyo and will serve to reinforce its vision of being the world’s go-to end-to-end hyperautomation solutions provider.

“Procensol have 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 optimization, this is an incredibly exciting leap forward for us all.”

Nicolas Hess – Co-founder and CEO, 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.

”Over the past 15 years, our goal has been to consistently drive innovation and deliver industry-leading solutions as a provider of low-code platforms and consulting services. We’re thrilled to join the Roboyo Group and together we’ll expand our digital transformation and automation capabilities. This new chapter promises exciting opportunities for our partners and customers around the world.”

Tim Clarke and Dan Cooke, Managing Directors of Procensol


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