Thoughtonomy once again selected on public sector G-Cloud framework on
the back of groundbreaking Intelligent Automation work across NHS, local
government and police force
London, 10th July 2019: Thoughtonomy, the leading Intelligent Automation
platform provider, has once again been confirmed as a preferred supplier on the
Government’s G-Cloud framework, part of the Digital Marketplace.
Thoughtonomy has been
certified on G-Cloud 11, the latest iteration of the framework, and has been ever-present
on the framework since G-Cloud 8 in 2015.
The certification comes on
the back of Thoughtonomy’s work helping public sector organisations to
streamline processes, free up critical staff capacity and improve patient and
citizen outcomes through Intelligent Automation. The UK-headquartered firm works
across the UK Public Sector and in the last year has added more than 20
organisations to its customer base spanning NHS Trusts, Local & Regional Government
entities and Police forces.
The G-Cloud framework is an
agreement between the government and suppliers who provide cloud-based
services. Buying services through the framework enables
public sector bodies to deploy cloud-based software, hosting and support in a
faster and cheaper way than entering into individual procurement contracts. All
public sector organisations, including agencies and arm’s length bodies, can
use the Digital Marketplace and G-Cloud framework, which is co-ordinated by the
Crown Commercial Service, part of the Cabinet Office.
Phil Sheen, Head of Public
Sector at Thoughtonomy, said: “We’re delighted that we will be able to continue
our work across the public sector on the new G-Cloud framework. By automating a
wide range of time-intensive and repetitive tasks, public services
organisations can unburden their staff from mundane, administrative tasks and
allow them to focus on delivering high quality outcomes for citizens and
patients. We’re already seeing the game-changing impact that automation can
deliver to front-line staff within the NHS, local government and policing. But
we’ve really only just started to scratch the surface and we’re firmly
committed to helping more public sector bodies to reap the benefits of
Intelligent Automation and to overcome the major resourcing and budgetary
challenges they are facing today.”
Thoughtonomy enables organisations to enhance the productivity of their
workforce through the intelligent automation and digitisation of knowledge work.
It uses AI and robotic process automation software to emulate how people work,
allowing healthcare providers to add flexible resources to their team without disruption
and delivering rapid ROI.
The important role of
automation in transforming public sector services has been noted by
parliamentarians and think tanks. For
example, According to the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR), automation could save the NHS up to
£12.5bn a year, the equivalent of 10% of its annual budget. In addition, it is
estimated that a further £6bn could be saved through automation in social care.
The recent Darzi Review of Health and Care called on healthcare bodies to
‘embrace full automation to release time to care’ as part of a 10 Point Plan to
future-proof health and care services in the UK.
is a UK-headquartered AI software company that enables organisations and the
people they employ to do more and achieve more.
The company’s award-winning SaaS platform gives companies access to a pool of cloud
based intelligent digital workers that can perform the repetitive,
time-intensive tasks that slow people down. By integrating this digital
workforce with their human teams, companies can accelerate growth and achieve a
step change in efficiency.
was founded in the UK in 2013 and now supports more than 200 clients spread
across a wide range of industries in 29 countries. The company has offices in London and
Manchester in the UK, as well as New York and Austin in the USA.
To learn more
please visit www.thoughtonomy.com/
For further information, please see http://thoughtonomy.com/
Daniela Zuin, CMO,
Tel: 07799 113040
Contact: Tom Holland