Rotageek, a London, UK-based workforce management software company, raised £4m in funding.
The round was led by Mobeus Equity Partners, which committed £2m.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to develop its data-driven solutions, and recruit experienced specialists in development and customer service.
Led by Chris McCullough, CEO, Rotageek provides cloud-based, data-driven scheduling technology for multi-site businesses to predict customer demand, schedule staff and improve operational efficiency.
The company serves leading brands, including high street names like The Perfume Shop, Dune, Pets at Home and O2.
Following the deal, the board will appoint Stuart Dawson, who will join as non-executive chairman. He has a track record of scaling fast growing software businesses and was previously Managing Director-ABS Division of IRIS Software. Greg Blin, who led the deal for Mobeus, will also join the board.