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Founded in 2013, Thoughtonomy's vision was to develop a new ground-breaking automation platform that would help organisations overcome the challenges of workforce productivity, skills availability, and digitization of service offerings. Thoughtonomy recognised that whilst there were many automation technologies in the market, these were not effectively addressing that challenge. Typically focused on the niche automation of a specific task or function, or on re-engineering the processes and systems in use, these often required lengthy, disruptive, and expensive change programs, and were rarely simple to deploy, easy to adopt or flexible to consume.
It became clear that directly focusing on the automation of the workers provided the single largest opportunity for improving business efficiency, and in a world where human resources are often both the largest investment and biggest constraint for any business, allowing automation to work non-disruptively alongside or in place of that workforce could provide a rapid and significant route to value.
The outcome of this vision was the creation of the Virtual Workforce; a flexible, secure, on-demand enterprise class platform onto which clients build their own business processes as digital workflows to be executed as required.
Thoughtonomy's intelligent automation platform, Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce ®, was designed to provide a flexible pool of digital labour which breaks the association between work, the resource required to deliver it, and the method of triggering, initiating or interacting with any given process.
By creating a pool of shared resources which can perform work across any business function, and can scale up and down on demand to align exactly with the type and amount of work required, Thoughtonomy enable companies to make a step change in productivity that has not previously been available without significant investment, risk, and disruption to their business, and to treat automation as a journey of continuous improvement, not as a one-time technology deployment.