Rotagek, a London-based employee scheduling software company, received £ 3m in a funding round led by Volution, Calculus Capital and Gresham House Ventures.
Software as a Service (SaaS) companies use artificial intelligence (AI) to help business owners organize their staff Lotus. The software also helps improve Lotus and forecast demand, and is used by Caffè Nero, McColl’s, White Stuff, Charlotte Tilbury and others.
Alexander Crawford, Co-Head of Investment at Calculus Capital, said:
Rotageek will continue to scale by using its funds to invest in product development, sales, and marketing.
The company was founded by CEO Dr Chris McCullough, CTO Nick Mann, and Professor Roy Pounder.
The idea for this company came from McCullough, who worked for the NHS for 16 years and as an emergency physician for 8 years. There, I experienced the problem of managing a shift-based workforce.
McCullough said: “This funding from current investors can accelerate growth by providing more value to more clients.
“The combination of collaborative and enthusiastic investors and Rotageek’s amazing team can make us exciting years ahead.”
Calculus Capital and Gresham House Ventures have previously invested eConsult Health’s £ 7m investment round.
This is the latest example of a technology solution for shift-based workers using London-based Blink. Raise $ 20 Million For its frontline worker management platform.
https://www.uktech.news/scaleup/rotageek-3m-funding-20220627 Scale Up Employee Scheduling Rotagek Raises £ 3 Million