Mango Pay taken by outsourced employment service provider.

JSA acquires Mango.

JSA Services, the leading provider of professional advisory and outsourced employment and payroll services to the UK’s growing contingent workforce supply chain, is delighted to announce its acquisition of Mango Pay.

This acquisition marks JSA’s 11th acquisition transaction since 2013, incorporating the consolidation of over a dozen brands in the sector into its scalable and highly-efficient operating platform and seeing the group now servicing around 17,000 customers via its online, multi-channel, subscription revenue model.

For over 30 years, JSA has provided outstanding service to many tens of thousands of flexible workers and hundreds of recruitment and staffing businesses, with which it has developed long-term partnerships in support of the inexorable growth and importance of the UK’s flexible workforce.

“Mango Pay is a relatively new business but has been exceptionally successful in quickly establishing high-quality customer relationships within its specialist sectors, with a reputation for providing excellent and compliant customer service and this has underpinned a great growth record,” said John Hoskin, CEO of JSA, said: “The business is FCSA accredited, has grown strongly over the last couple of years and will contribute meaningfully towards making JSA Group’s umbrella payroll operations amongst the largest in the UK.  Mango adds to our position as the established experts in delivering a comprehensive and practical solution set for the contingent supply chain. The quality of the business is a testament to the team that built it and whom we are delighted to welcome to the JSA group.”

He commented further: “This acquisition is the fourth transaction for us since securing external investment in 2018 and continues the execution of our strategy, backed by the significant minority ownership of the group by Universal Partners.  We continue to look for more strategic acquisitions in what remains a market with scope for significant further consolidation”.

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