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Thoughtonomy announce launch of the fully flexible Virtual Workforce on Demand

 

Timed to coincide with their sponsorship of SITS16, the leading event for IT Professionals held annually in London, Thoughtonomy today announce a new offering in the form of the Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce on Demand.

This unique cloud based automation platform has already rewritten the rules on how clients can drive operational efficiency and accelerate digital transformation with a frictionless solution which delivers automation of activity without any need for tools replacement, integration or coding. Having secured strategic relationships with some of the largest outsourcers, service providers and end user enterprises globally, they are keen to ensure that the platform can be exploited by public and private sector organizations of all types and sizes.

Recognizing that the removal of technical barriers is only one factor in smoothing the path to adoption, the launch of the Virtual Workforce on Demand removes the other potential barrier, that of commitment to a long term engagement.

Speaking of the launch, Thoughtonomy CEO Terry Walby said “Our enterprise class robotic automation platform has proven its ability to deliver automation across a wide range of back office and front office processes in both IT and across client’s business operations. Our SaaS platform offers 24 hour deployment and instant scalability for enormous flexibility. By also removing the need to enter into long term contractual and financial commitments, we are able to offer organizations the ultimate in agility”.

The pay as you go solution is allows users to consume capacity from as little as a single virtual worker, and on a monthly rolling agreement. Whether as temporary support for a peak in demand, as a point in time solution for a project need, or merely as a chance to try the solution before making a longer term commitment, the platform is fully resilient, secure, highly available and fully supported from the 1st worker to the 1000th and beyond.

Published Wednesday, June 08, 2016 8:53 AM by David Marshall
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