House shifted floors
14 September 2015

AUTOMATION CREATION WITH A TWIST   By Danny Major, Head of Services, Thoughtonomy   Automation is by no means a new concept, across a wide range of industries it has been one of the defining factors for increased efficiency and organisation growth in both past and modern times. For organisations within the IT arena automation...

Bill Gates speech
08 September 2015

Why Bill Gates was wrong on automation   by Terry Walby, Chief Executive, Thoughtonomy   Bill’s View   On 2nd March 2015, founder of Microsoft and technologist turned philanthropist Bill Gates was declared the richest man in the world for the 16th time. He’s clearly pretty good at what he does, and a very smart...

Triangle architecture
12 June 2015

Hand Built by Robots Guest Blog by Ian Smart, Capita Transformation From the title of this piece, some readers will call to mind the 1979 Fiat Strada television advert that brought to the public’s consciousness the brave new world of robotic car manufacturing – all to Largo al Factotum from the Barber of Seville by...

Tower buildings
31 October 2014

Software Robots – Friend or Foe? Guest Blog by Danny Wootton, CGI Robotics are not new.  They have existed in manufacturing for many years and their potential has been showcased again by Honda in the form of New ASIMO, which I personally think is a fantastic piece of engineering. But what are software robots? Software Robots,...

AT Kearney
15 September 2014

AT Kearney highlights the impact of automation on outsourcing   A.T. Kearney released its Global Services Location Index (GSLI) today, which analyzes and ranks the top 51 countries worldwide based on metrics in three categories: financial attractiveness, business environment, and people skills and availability. But tellingly it’s a new entrant that is most noticable in...

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