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Future Workforce reports record revenues of €3.3m

Future Workforce, the intelligent automation and advanced analytics experts, have reported record revenues of €3.3m for the 2021 Financial Year ending 30 April. The Future Workforce Group, with offices in Bucharest, Cluj, London, Manchester, Munich and Eindhoven owes its’ rapid growth to a series of large client wins including Refinitiv, Knight Frank and Sephora. The company also works with Liberty London, National Bank of Romania and Betfair.

The consulting firm will continue to grow by helping companies implement intelligent automation and advanced analytics to improve customer experience and lift employee productivity. The company expects to increase revenues to €4.9m for the next financial year.

Future Workforce has focused on building successful automation roadmaps for its’s clients in recent years. The firm’s trademark B.O.T Centre of Excellence, has helped a number of organisations establish their own internal automation and analytics capabilities. The firm is now seeing increased demand for its Automation-as-a-Service model, which allows organisations to fully outsource their automation efforts.

Mihai Balaj, CEO & Co-Founder, Future Workforce, says, “It’s been an exciting period of growth for us and we owe a lot of that success to our customers and partners who trust us to deliver their automation programmes. Our clients are continuing to invest in automation and analytics because these technologies are delivering transformational change within their organisations.”

Dan Johnson, Director & Co-Founder, Future Workforce UK, comments, “We’ve seen record growth in our UK business. We are investing heavily in both our talent and the emerging capabilities that will help our clients become successful digital businesses.

Marius Bene, Co-Founder, Future Workforce, says, “We have ambitious growth plans for the next 3 years. This includes further growth in revenue, growth in headcount and expansion into the US and DACH markets”.

The consulting firm is uniquely positioned in the market having landed strategic partnerships with leading technology vendors such as Microsoft, UiPath, Celonis, Soroco and Re:infer. Future Workforce employs 75 automation and analytics specialists, increasing headcount by 20% in the last financial year.

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by FutureWorkForce .

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