One Team Logic secures £3.2m from Octopus Investments

One Team Logic recently announced that they have received £3.2 million of growth funding from Octopus Investments, specifically its Development Capital team.

The safeguarding and child protection software business is based in South Wales. One Team Logic is the retailer of the safeguarding software MyConcern; a Queen’s-Award winning enterprise SaaS solution helping to protect children and adults at risk. The software is used by organisations across the UK and around the world.

With MyConcern companies can record and manage pastoral and wellbeing issues affecting adults and children today. The software allows for a range of severity in the safeguard issues the software records.

The system is also capable of providing powerful reports, in order to highlight risks and trends. These reports can prompt early help and intervention by safeguarding professionals and employers, meaning issues are addressed quickly.

Significantly, MyConcern allows users to share safeguarding information securely and lawfully with trusted third-parties, such as professionals in social care and health.

Richard Court, Head of Development Capital at Octopus Investments, said: “One Team Logic is a fast-growing business with a proven track record and a hugely loyal and supportive customer base. MyConcern and the services that accompany it are helping to keep people safe on a daily basis.

“For us to have the opportunity to join the team in accelerating and extending that level of protection to many more individuals and organisations was a major driver for us”.

Martin Baker Responding, CEO of One Team Logic, added: “To have secured the backing of Octopus Investments is a huge testament to the skill and commitment of our staff and to the service that they provide to our customers.

“As a safeguarding company our impact on individuals and communities is direct and with this investment we can further develop our software and services for new and existing customers and rapidly extend our reach.”