Despite the market hype and doom-mongering hyperbole, automation is not going to bring about the apocalypse anytime soon. But it is going to change the way we work dramatically.
As automation specialists, we see it as our duty to make sure the automation revolution brings about a new normal that will improve industry not destroy it. So we’re helping organisations to adapt and thrive in the digital age. And that means not just surviving our next industrial revolution, but leading it.
We’ve worked across both public and private sectors to deliver better business and improve citizen engagement with central government through automation, so we know first hand how automation can be a force for positive change, for industry and society as a whole.
Embracing the Automation Revolution: The AL Survival Guide is our way of cutting through the complexity surrounding automation adoption. We want it to empower organisations, business leaders and IT decision makers with the confidence to navigate the new normal in a more systematic, profitable and sustainable way.
We work with our clients to de-risk and accelerate their business goals realisation. Our approach is based on tailoring our services to fit your needs leveraging our portfolio of strategy, execution, innovation and service delivery offerings to help you reach your objectives
We’re always on the lookout for exceptional talent and people who share our values. Even as we continue to grow, we maintain a family environment with respect and teamwork core to our culture.
Piotr Grześkowiak has been at Automation Logic for just over five years, starting out in our DevOps Academy after graduating in Computer Science with Information Security. During those 5 years, he’s gone from an engineer in training to a well respected senior engineer, trusted by the whole company. Piotr’s been on three Central Government client […]
We interviewed AL’s co-founders Kris & Norm about their journey building Automation Logic into the business it is over the last 12 years. From the values they’ve set in place, to the struggles they’ve faced. And obviously, because it’s pretty difficult not to mention it these days, the impact covid had.
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