Autto wins UK Government support to introduce office automation to the accountancy, insurance and legal services industries
Autto Grant Award
UK Research and Innovation has recognised the importance of office automation to the service industry with the award of a UK Government grant to Autto Ltd. The grant is part of the Next Generation Services Challenge, a major initiative created to help legal services and other industries to “become more efficient, productive and globally competitive.” This grant is in addition to the previous Innovate UK and EU Horizon 2020 phase 1 grant and comes following the commercial release of the Autto platform.
A total of £395k funding will be provided through the Government’s modern industrial strategy by Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation. Part of the money will be used to fund academic research into process structure and efficiency with Autto’s academic partner the University of Exeter, Business School INDEX https://exeterindex.org/ .
Through their secure, online platform Autto aims to deliver increased productivity across a range of industries. By automating repetitive tasks it allows professionals to concentrate on producing real value and advising clients. Office automation improves efficiency, reduces errors, helps work/life balance and opens up the possibilities for more innovative services.
Committed to making automation available
Autto is committed to making office automation widely available and the funding will allow the further expansion of the easy-to-use platform. The recently launched platform is now in use by a range of companies from small SMEs to large international law firms. The company offers a free plan to get companies started with automation and live demos.
Further information and https://www.autto.io/
About UK Research and Innovation
UK Research and Innovation is a new organisation that brings together the UK Research Councils, Innovate UK and Research England into a single organisation to create the best environment for research and innovation to flourish. The vision is to ensure the UK maintains its world-leading position in research and innovation. For more information visit www.ukri.org
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