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Wunder Mobility takes over Fleetbird software sharing

Car and scooter sharing software completes portfolio of Hamburg-based Wunder Mobility

Wunder Mobility, a technology supplier of digital and innovative mobility concepts, is taking over Fleetbird, the leading provider of car and scooter sharing software, for a two-digit million sum. The acquisition allows Wunder to complete the portfolio and strengthens its position on the mobility market. The company is the only international technology provider to offer fleet management, shuttle services and carpooling from a single source, according to Wunder Mobility.

Fleetbird: Car, bike and scooter sharing software

The Dortmund-based software company Fleetbird was founded in 2015 and has established itself as the market leader of software-as-a-service in car, bike and scooter sharing. Cities, automobile manufacturers and start-ups in Europe and Asia use Fleetbird/Wunder Fleet’s software for sharing services. As a result of the acquisition, the team will be significantly expanded especially in programming. A sales team is being setting up to establish the product across the globe. The founders of Fleetbird, Benjamin Krüger, CEO and Philipp Müller, COO of Wunder Fleet, will continue to work in their previous positions.

Single source: fleet management, smart shuttles and carpooling

Founded in 2014 by Gunnar Froh and Sam Baker, WunderCar Mobility Solutions GmbH began as a ridesharing service in Europe However, tough passenger transport laws in Germany prompted the company to relocate abroad. As an international full-stack provider, Wunder Mobility now offers the entire spectrum of new mobility services from a single source. The technology provider employs more than 70 people from 26 nations in Hamburg, Manila, Rio de Janeiro and Bangalore. The company currently handles around 1 million trips per month worldwide, according to Wunder. In September, Wunder Mobility secured EUR 26 million in a Series B financing round from investors in Britain and the United and led by the KCK Group.

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