PSTG partners with Thoughtonomy to provide customers with a leading intelligent automation platform

Date Added 14/01/2019

London, 14 Jan 2019. Professional Services Technology Group (PSTG), who provide technology solutions and services that transform businesses, today announced a new partnership with Thoughtonomy, the leading Intelligent Automation platform provider. Through this partnership PSTG can help its customers augment or fully automate business processes carried out by human workers to achieve unprecedented levels of efficiency, productivity and customer service quality.

“By partnering with a leading intelligent automation provider enables us to help our customers open up the gateway to developing and driving forward automation programmes to enhance the productivity of their workforces. We have already seen incredible results from NHS Trusts that have embraced Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – and enjoyed significant savings – with both financial and man hours that can be re-deployed to more valuable tasks.” said Enzo Daniele, Managing Director at PSTG.

The Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce® is a highly flexible intelligent automation platform that uses software to replicate the way people work in existing applications and systems, the processes they follow, and the decisions they make, to deliver automation without disruption.

This is not straightforward process automation. Intelligent automation is capable of augmenting humans and leveraging AI, to deliver high value automation that was previously very difficult to achieve. It can also optimise process execution to make optimal use of an organisation’s technology and Human Resources.

“While the Thoughtomony offering provides the tools needed to automate an almost limitless variety of business processes, PSTG is helping businesses to identify and map out these processes and provide the on-going technical support and optimisation needed to constantly evolve and drive incremental benefit. PSTG are experts in technology that transforms business and automation is part of this - we’re very excited to be working with Thoughtonomy”, added Enzo.

 


About Professional Services Technology Group (PSTG)
Professional Services Technology Group (PSTG), a technology solutions and professional services provider, helps small to medium-sized companies, healthcare and public sector organisations on their digital transformation journey. We design, and implement, and provide around the clock support for onsite or managed service solutions to enable companies to bring their ICT environment up to speed, to evolve and to initiate new ways of working.

About Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce®
Thoughtonomy bring together the principles of Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Cloud Computing to offer a proprietary Software as a Service (SaaS) platform, designed to automate the execution of business processes by human workers. Virtual Workers are deployed non-disruptively into business operations, and work by emulating the way people use business systems, the decisions they make, and the processes they follow, in order to augment, replace, or digitise manual work processes


Contact:
PSTG Ltd
Sere Davoudi
Marketing Director
T: 0203 907 9500
E: sdavoudi@pstg.co.uk

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