Mobysoft has been selected for the eighth TechMarketView’s Little British Battlers Event later this month.
Of the many applicants to the Little British Battlers programme TechMarketView looks for innovative technology companies that are punching above their weight. Mobysoft’s RentSense application utilises complex algorithms and predictive technology to help social landlords reduce arrears, create efficiency capacity and mitigate the effects of the welfare reform. It delivers substantial and tangible benefits to those landlords using RentSense, for example it has helped asra Housing Group reduce arrears by £1.65m.
Twice each year only twelve companies make the shortlist for TechMarketView’s Little British Battlers Event, held in association with technology merchant bank MXC Capital. TechMarketView LLP provides authoritative research and analysis on the technology scene including UKHotViews, the daily source of informed opinion and comment on the events, issues and players that really matter in the UK software and IT services market.
“Mobysoft provides the social housing sector with an innovative and proven solution that is helping many mitigate the effects of the new operating environment that social landlords face,” explained Derek Steele, founder and CEO of Mobysoft.
“We are thrilled to be shortlisted for this prestigious technology event. Everyone at Mobysoft is key in helping deliver such a unique solution and service that helps deliver our customers’ success.”
TechMarketView managing partner Anthony Miller said,
“We are delighted to welcome Mobysoft to the ranks of the Little British Battlers – they will be in very good company with other innovative small tech businesses.”