Thoughtonomy, the Intelligent Automation company, is pleased to announce the launch of its Manchester office, which will serve as a R&D hub for the business. The office is located near Hardman Square, with good access to transport links in a prime commercial area.
It is anticipated that local jobs will be created in the Manchester area over the next three years and Thoughtonomy will continue to expand its graduate recruitment scheme.
This news comes after a period of impressive growth - UK based Thoughtonomy has reported year-on-year growth of 316% in 2017. Last year the company expanded internationally with offices in New York and Austin and is delighted to be building on this success.
Manchester has long been recognised as a global digital leader and according to Tech Nation , the city has the largest tech cluster outside of London and so was a logical choice for Thoughtonomy’s R&D Hub.
“Manchester boasts innovative start-ups and a rich pool of talent which will help the company consolidate its leadership position in Intelligent Automation. As a city it has always been a hub for innovation whether in business, technology or culture so is the right place to be for a UK growth company”, said Terry Walby, CEO & Founder Thoughtonomy.
Over the next few months, the Manchester office will support the launch of the latest release of the Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce, which is an award--winning Intelligent Automation platform. This provides Software-as-a-Service Digital Labor which addresses the challenge of office workforce productivity. This technology has the capability to free up time for skilled workers; to reduce operational costs; to improve customers’ experiences; and to provide the ability to launch new services and disrupt existing markets.
Thoughtonomy founded in the UK in 2013 and now works with over 150 clients in 27 countries, and has offices in London, New York and Austin.
The Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce® is an award-winning Intelligent Automation platform. It is Software-as-a-Service Digital Labor which addresses the challenge of office workforce productivity. It has the capability to free up time for skilled workers; to reduce operational costs; to improve customers’ experiences; and to provide the ability to launch new services and disrupt existing markets.
Our technology combines the principles of Cloud Computing, Software Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to provide a platform for the digitization and automation of work. Once taught, our Virtual Workers simulate the actions of a human worker – using and interacting with business applications without any changes to those applications. The Workers use information to make the same decisions as a person would, and after being taught a process, can execute it without error, 24 hours a day and at machine speed. And as they do, they learn, and use that learning to continually improve and optimize their work.
For further information on Thoughtonomy please see http://thoughtonomy.com/