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MHA Moore and Smalley advises WTS on Totalmobile sale

The deal will see 60 organisations and 30,000 users of WTS’s technologies join Totalmobile’s customer base as the company expands its footprint in the North of England

The corporate finance team at MHA Moore and Smalley has advised the owners of Working Time Solutions (WTS) on its acquisition by Belfast-based Totalmobile, and the terms of the deal are undisclosed.

WTS is a Manchester business whose software helps UK companies plan their employee’s shift patterns. It provides rostering and workforce management services to increase capacity and productivity while reportedly supporting employee wellbeing and compliance.

Meanwhile, Totalmobile offers a range of field service management software. The deal will see 60 organisations and 30,000 users of WTS’s technologies, including National Highways, Northern Gas Networks and Birmingham Airport, join Totalmobile’s customer base of over 1,000 organisations.

Additionally, the acquisition adds to Totalmobile’s suite of field management software which includes mobile working, dynamic scheduling, job management, lone working and data analytics.

MHA Moore and Smalley’s deal team was led by corporate finance partner Andrew Feeke and associate director Ian Waddingham.

Jim Darragh, chief executive of Totalmobile, said: “Managing operational resources efficiently is more important than ever to our customers as they battle staff shortages, sickness and absence.

“By bolstering Totalmobile’s rostering software and shift pattern capabilities, we can help organisations keep their services running smoothly, efficiently and with minimum disruption to the customer experience.”

Rob Crossman, commercial director at WTS, added: “We are delighted to be joining Totalmobile. The strong cultural, technical and market fit between the two businesses will deliver huge benefits for customers and employees.

“We’re looking forward to working with Jim Darragh and the team to bring a combined offering of Totalmobile and WTS to market and contribute to Totalmobile’s impressive ongoing growth.”

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