Automate Britain Campaign

October 17, 2014 | Technology, Uncategorized

TechUK, previously known as intellect, held the inagural meeting kicking off the discussion on software automation for the services sector.

thoughtonomy’s Terry Walby has been appointed by TechUK as independent chair of the forum.

The initial event, on 17th October, brought together vendors, end users, independent analysts, and outsourcers, and explored the impact of software automation on the services sector. The meeting agreed that TechUK had a role to play in supporting UK business both in the devleopment and delivery of automation technology, and in ensuring Uk businesses are at the forefront of technology adoption and the effiiencies it provides.

More events are being planned for the forum, watch this space for further details, or check the TechUK website.

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