Lobster, a Germany-based no-code data integration and digital process automation software suite maker, has been acquired by FSN Capital, a Northern European private equity investment house.
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Founded in 2002, Lobster offers mid-to-large-sized companies no-code data and application integration, digital process automation, and product information management software solutions.
In particular, and in time with the zeitgeist, the company’s logistics-focused offer enables vendors and logistics service providers to access a digitized supply chain solution.
As a software provider in the field of data integration (Big Data, Data Lakes), Lobster focuses on the development and sale of innovative IT solutions for companies aimed at the integration of data and processes with precisely tailored IT services.
Lobster currently offers three no-code tools: Lobster_data for electronic data exchange (EDI, EAI, MFT, Industrie 4.0, and IoT), Lobster_pro for business process automation, and Lobster_pim for Product Information Management (PIM).
Its products are no-code based, and the company promotes the philosophy of ‘Configure instead of program’.
Their three solutions interlock and fully map all e-business transactions: E-commerce, E-fulfillment, E-marketplace, and E-procurement.
With a presence in DACH, United Kingdom, France, Benelux, and Scandinavian regions, the company counts approximately 250 staff members, supporting 1,500 clients in logistics, commerce, and manufacturing.
According to Lobster, since 2013, they’ve delivered profitable revenue growth of more than 20% per year.
“In a world of exponentially growing amounts of data, the complexity of data flows, and application stacks, Lobster offers easy-to-use, economical, and powerful software solutions to integrate data, applications, and processes of all forms and variations,” commented FSN’s Robin Mürer. “We are highly impressed by what the Lobster founders and management team have built over the past 20 years and see enormous potential for Lobster’s product on a global scale. We are excited to support Lobster with our proven operational playbooks to deliver this potential in the coming years.” as reported by TechEU.
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