UK Modern Slavery Statement

31st August 2023

Wotter Group Limited is committed to preventing acts of modern slavery and human trafficking from occurring within its business and supply chain, and imposes the same high standards on its suppliers.

As a provider of software as a service solutions, Wotter Group recognises that the risk of modern slavery within its own operations is relatively low. However, it acknowledges that risks may lie within its supply chains, which include suppliers of IT equipment and business services.

To safeguard against such risks, Wotter Group has taken the following steps:

Supplier due diligence:

Wotter Group conducts risk assessments on new suppliers and regularly reviews its existing suppliers. Higher risk suppliers are subject to audits and site visits. Contracts require compliance with anti-slavery laws.


All staff have been trained on modern slavery risks and how to identify potential cases. More in-depth training has been provided to key staff involved in procurement and supplier management.


An anonymous whistleblowing reporting channel is available to all staff and suppliers to report any concerns. All reports are fully investigated.


Wotter Group tracks its modern slavery risk management activities as part of internal audits and reviews. Any need for remedial action would be addressed promptly.
This statement has been approved by the Board of Directors on behalf of Wotter Group Limited to demonstrate Wotter’s commitment. It will be reviewed and updated annually.

The statement was approved by the board of directors.