Thoughtonomy has launched a new online portal for its enhanced partner program, as it continues its rapid international growth.
The new partner portal provides Thoughtonomy’s partners with immediate, 24/7 access to all of its training and enablement materials, including exclusive best practice and marketing resources.
By signing up to Thoughtonomy’s enhanced partner program and being able to offer clients Thoughtonomy’s Intelligent Automation technology. The program offers a range of benefits to partners, including lead referrals, co-selling assistance, demand generation support, certification training and dedicated account management.
In February this year, Thoughtonomy announced that, as part of its strategic growth plan, it was setting out to increase its channel business from 45% of transactions to over 90% in the following 12 months. Four months later, the company today announced that it has already grown transactions through its channel business to 65%, signalling that it is well on course to achieve its goal of 90% by February 2019.
According to Forrester, the global market for Intelligent Automation Software is expected to reach $49 billion by 2021.
Terry Walby, CEO & Founder of Thoughtonomy, said: “We’re making great strides in recruiting like-minded, ambitious partners who can see the huge benefits that Intelligent Automation can deliver to their customers, and also the opportunity to drive their own revenues within this rapidly growing, innovative market. We will continue to recruit strategic partners to help us scale our operations globally and hit our growth plans.”
Thoughtonomy’s network of strategic partners spans more than 150 countries worldwide, ensuring it has local representation and skilled resources to deliver Intelligent Automation to businesses across all sectors. Current partners include Microsoft, Atos, Ultima Business Solutions, Fujitsu and Symphony Ventures.
“We’ve been working with Thoughtonomy for a number of months now and already we’ve been able to deliver enormous value to our clients through the Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce platform”, said Pascal Baker, Chief Client Officer at Symphony Ventures. “Introducing the thoughtonomy platform into our existing client base is generating huge excitement and a significant sales pipeline for the next 2-3 years.”
“We did our homework and could see that Thoughtonomy is a clear leader within the Intelligent Automation space, but we’ve also been really impressed with its partner programme and the commitment they’ve shown to us, through onboarding, training, ongoing support and best practice advice.”
Today’s news comes on the back of a period of impressive growth; UK-based Thoughtonomy has consistently reported Year on Year growth over 300%, with growth of 316% reported in 2017. Last year the company expanded internationally with offices in New York and Austin and earlier this year it announced the launch of an R&D hub in Manchester, UK.
In April, Thoughtonomy announced the launch of ‘Evolution Edition’, the latest iteration of the Thoughtonomy Virtual Workforce, which combines enhanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) functionality, with additional capabilities which include the ability to understand, interpret, translate and structure information, as well as interact with human workers in natural language.
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