Expense reports, fleet management, travel booking, expense analysis: soon to be acquired by Cegid, Notilus advocates a global approach to “mobility management”.
Notilus, a provider of travel and expense management solutions, will soon be acquired by Cegid. The group founded in 1983 by Jean-Michel Aulas has announced the upcoming acquisition of the DIMO Software group subsidiary, which offers three main products to companies: Notilus T&E and Notilus InOne, solutions dedicated to the management of expense reports and travel in the private and public sectors, as well as Notilus YourWay, which deals with the management of car fleets.
Cegid, known for its ERP and accounting and payroll tools and among the leading management software publishers in France, will add the Travel & Expense brick, thus allowing its existing and future customers to have a T&E tool directly integrated into its solutions. Among its 1,000 customers, Cegid counts SMEs and ETIs, as well as large companies such as Casino, Groupama, Groupe ADP, Legrand and Stellantis. In total, two million users will have access to a tool that is recognized in the world of travel.
The objective of this acquisition and integration by Cegid is not only to expand its product portfolio, but also to accelerate the development of Notilus and its sales in SaaS mode, both in France and internationally. ” This merger comes at a perfect time in Notilus’ development. Driven by sustained growth over the past few years, strengthened by our leadership position in this market and proud of our customers’ trust, we are ready for another phase in our development
“, said Gilles Bobichon, CEO of Notilus.
At the conclusion of this acquisition, Gilles Bobichon and the Notilus teams will join Cegid’s Finance business unit. ” With the upcoming arrival of Notilus, the talent of its employees, its culture of co-creation and its leading offers, (…) we will strengthen our position as European leader in cloud management solutions,” commented Pascal Houillon, CEO of Cegid.
I’m Michelle, and I love to travel. As a former hotel expert for one of the world’s largest hotel chains, I’ve stayed in nearly every type of room imaginable (including many that were not so desirable!). Nowadays, I am fortunate enough to be able to explore the world on my own terms. From international flights to learning different languages, there is nothing too far out of reach!