Software Company Receives £100,000 Loan to Drive Growth

A software and consulting business specialising in supporting businesses with becoming more efficient is set to grow with the support of a £100,000 loan from The Greater London Investment Fund.

Xendl Limited which has been established in the United Kingdom since 2014, is an innovative and diligent software company led by an expert team of SAP & Oracle Development, Data & Security industry professionals carrying a wealth of over 30 years cross vertical industry experience. The funding will help support the company with hiring three new staff members to help increase growth in both the business’s consulting and SAP software services.

Nicolas Winston, CEO at Xendl, commented, “As a growing software company, access to funding was key to our success. The FSE Group allowed us the flexibility to explore options other than equity investment. Working with the group (via Paul) was a real pleasure and securing our funding has recently helping us drive revenue up almost immediately through the development of new software solutions that have already hit the market.”

Paul Shadbolt, Senior Fund Manager at The FSE Group, said, “I am delighted we have been able to support Nick and his team with growth funding for new staff hires in London using Mayor of London’s Greater London Investment Fund. This will enable Xendl Software to develop new software solutions and expand their consulting capacity”

Maggie Rodriquez-Piza, CEO at Funding London, added, “It is a great pleasure to support ambitious founders like Nick, on their journey to success. We are delighted to be the catalysts for Xendl’s growth by proving the capital needed to expand the team and operations.”

GLIF is a £100m initiative to help address the SME finance gap in Greater London, promoting economic growth through enterprise and an inclusive and sustainable economy. £55m of debt funding is available, via loans between £100,000 and £1m, to early-stage and established SMEs looking to scale-up and realise their growth ambitions. GLIF is financed through the European Investment Bank (EIB), European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), London Waste & recycling Board (LWARB) and Funding London’s Legacies.