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Modo Labs, the provider of a low-code app-building platform designed for hybrid workplaces and campuses, has acquired integration experts RojoServe for an undisclosed amount.
With the acquisition, now enterprise-level companies and colleges can deliver and evolve personalized digital experiences even as the nature of work and school continue to change, according to a press statement.
Once a nice-to-have, workplace and campus apps have become a critical, centralized source of information, tools, and resources. As these apps mature, integrating services that employees and students use every day within a single, unified digital experience is critical to their success. The combined force of Modo and RojoServe brings enterprises and higher education institutions a wider range of elegant productized integrations of their most-used apps and tools, faster.
The acquisition is an evolution of a Modo-RojoServe partnership that has resulted in the development of XCampus, a fast, modern integration of Oracle’s PeopleSoft student management solution. It provides students access to registration status, view grades, execute financial transactions, and more, applying any customized business logic, directly inside unified Modo-powered campus apps. The XCampus integration has been delivered for the University of Akron and Fresno State University and is rolling out at Stanislaus State later this month, with five additional campuses in various stages of development and implementation.
Commenting on the development, Modo CEO Andrew Yu said,
"Enterprises and schools need to move fast to keep pace with all of the changes they’re facing, and we can help by delivering integrations that centralize more of the experience. Research shows that the more data people have connected with services that let them act on that knowledge directly, the more successful they are. And when those elements are in one interface vs. searching and switching between tools, the better their experience is. The RojoServe team has developed a really clever approach to making these integrations deep, fast, and simple for students and employees, and easy for organizations to plug in and deliver."
RojoServe founder Robert Ratway said,
"We connected with Modo because its XModule™ technology blew us away – it’s a more sophisticated approach to creating unified user-focused experiences than any app platform we’ve seen. The collaboration has been amazing and we’re incredibly excited to join this team and develop more integrations that make the Modo platform more useful and valuable to customers."
As part of Modo, the RojoServe team will continue to focus on integrations, extending XCampus functionality, and developing integrations of other popular enterprise and campus apps and services.
Modo is the only low-code app-building platform specifically designed for the hybrid campus and workplace. Trusted by global Fortune 1000 brands and over 300 higher education institutions, the Modo platform powers unified app experiences that go beyond engaging to driving behavior and elevating each user to succeed. Modo's Workplace and Campus solutions provide the agility for customers to quickly build, deploy, evolve, and scale tailored and branded experiences that keep everyone secure and connected, foster culture, and future-proof their organizations.