New Board to steer SaaS business Workhorse to its next stage of growth 

Workhorse, the SaaS Order and Inventory Management company, has announced senior Board appointments to support its goal of becoming a leading provider of Order and Inventory Management software to ambitious businesses. 

Matthew Trimming, pictured, formerly of SAP and Hg Capital, becomes Chair, to work alongside Founder Alastair Badman and Tom Morgan, current Non-Executive Director and investor in Workhorse. 

He said he was arriving at an exciting time, adding: “Alastair and the team have built a simple-to-implement, simple-to-use, low-cost B2B SaaS solution that is proven across sectors and greatly valued by their customers, that use it to accelerate their own growth.” 

Tom Morgan said: “Having spent the past 25 years assisting global, Fortune 500 companies leverage enterprise IT to accelerate growth, I instantly recognised the enormous power that Workhorse delivers to smaller businesses. 

“SMEs power our economies, but haven’t been served well by IT.  The tech giants offer complexity and eye-watering prices; off-the-shelf packages are too generic and disjointed. 

It’s incredibly exciting to hear clients’ extreme enthusiasm once they’ve discovered Workhorse: it’s simple, affordable, fast and tailored to their needs.” 

Workhorse is embarking on a new seed funding round with the aim of leveraging its partnership with Xero and growing from 55 customers today to 200 by October 2022.