LONDON, September 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
Intelligent Automation leader enters list at #4 on back of rapid international expansion and organic growth
Thoughtonomy, the leading Intelligent Automation platform provider, has been ranked fourth in the annual Sunday Times Tech Track 100.
The achievement comes on the back of 300% year-on-year revenue growth, driven by its strong international performance, particularly in North America, and impressive new client wins. Thoughtonomy has signed more than 70 new logo customers globally in the last year, including household brands such as Hovis and Rentokil Initial, and seen over a third of existing customers make incremental investments in their technology.
Terry Walby, CEO & Founder of Thoughtonomy, which is headquartered in London, UK, said: "This is a fantastic achievement and testament to the hard work, skill and dedication of our team, as well as the loyalty and trust of our customers and partners."
To support its international growth program, Thoughtonomy opened two new operations in the US last year, in New York and Austin, Texas, as well as adding a team based in Krakow, Poland. Thoughtonomy's maturing partner program has also contributed to the company's footprint expanding across multiple verticals including financial services, public sector, utilities and healthcare.
Thoughtonomy's Virtual Workforce integrates Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to emulate human workers in executing existing business processes, freeing up time and allowing knowledge workers to focus on higher value tasks. Deployed as a Software as a Services (SaaS) platform, it provides a pool of digital labor resources direct from the cloud, allowing companies to rapidly increase productivity without lengthy change programs or costly transformation initiatives.
Walby continued: "Organisations all over the world are recognizing that they can automate more complex work by having access to the advanced cognitive functionality and frictionless deployment that our platform provides. Our SaaS provision of virtual workers makes it possible for mid-sized firms as well as large enterprises to implement an intelligent automation strategy that transforms and optimizes the way that they run their entire operations."
Thoughtonomy was founded in the UK in 2013 and now works with more than 200 clients in 29 countries and has offices in London and Manchester in the UK, New York and Austin in the US.
Thoughtonomy's SaaS platform combines AI and RPA to supply companies with virtual workers that automate office work.
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