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Mobile workforce SaaS provider Leviy becomes part of the zvoove group

Merger represents an important step into additional European markets – strategic implementation of a comprehensive buy-and-build strategy.

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Amersfoort – Software provider Leviy merges with the German zvoove group and combines forces for further internationalization of its own application. The innovative software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, made for companies in cleaning and facility management sectors, enables communication, quality management, planning, analysis and reporting of room status, working hours and cleaning activities in real time thanks to its mobile app. Together with their 20 employees, the founders Sebastiaan van der Vinne and Bart van Velden will join the German market leader and work on further development and new software generations together.

Expanding the market leadership

Marc Linkert, who is leading the zvoove group together with Denny Hölscher, Christian Mieth and Sascha Alber, sees the merger as “a logical step in order to expand the market leadership in the target industries.” At the same time, as the manager states, clients can look forward to a large number of new features in zvoove’s product range.

Leviy CEO Sebastiaan van der Vinne co-founded the company in 2014 and will now be responsible for the international business at zvoove. Sebastiaan and Bart developed a solution that is not only used intensively by facility management companies, but also by companies in the hotel, leisure and logistics industry as well as the health sector. Sebastiaan van der Vinne: “The merger with zvoove offers us exciting new possibilities to develop our software. Our shared philosophy as well as the high degree of innovation in our products are an outstanding base to build on in the future. I am sure that we will cause even more furor in the industry very soon.

Combine forces and keep growing

zvoove group is the leading software provider for the facility management, temporary staffing and event industries in Germany. The corporate group is based in Wietmarschen-Lohne, Regensburg, Essen, Hamm and Basel/Switzerland, has more than 300 employees and around 3,700 clients. With that, zvoove is the undisputed number one in those sectors and is backed by technology investor LEA Partners (“LEA”). LEA is an entrepreneurial-minded multi-stage private equity firm investing in growth technology companies that are driving transformative change in their industries.

About Leviy

Leviy was founded in 2014 and supplies their clients with an innovative software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for companies in the cleaning and facility management sectors. The software enables communication, quality management, planning, analysis and reporting of room status, working hours and cleaning activities in real time thanks to its app. The team of 20 employees is active in several European countries. Leviy’s solution is not only used intensively by facility management companies, but also by companies in the hotel, leisure and logistics industry as well as the health sector.

About zvoove

The zvoove Group develops and sells innovative software solutions for the facility management, the temporary staffing and the event industry. The company with its more than 300 employees is the result of the merger of LANDWEHR, rhb, prosoft and BackOffice in 2021. It has five locations in Germany and Switzerland.

About LEA Partners

LEA Partners is an entrepreneurial-minded multi-stage private equity firm investing in growth technology companies that are driving transformative change in their industries. Founded in 2002, LEA Partners has advised on the investment in several companies. Operating out of Karlsruhe, one of Europe’s largest technology clusters, its mission is to fund and support ambitious founders and executives by leveraging them with practical, hands-on growth expertise to achieve market leadership. Following the exit of BELLIN to Coupa Software in June 2020, the merger of LANDWEHR and prosoft represents the next major transaction for LEA’s EUR 200 million B2B tech fund focusing on software companies in the DACH region.