Two senior executives with a focus on supporting clients in delivering business outcomes, have joined Aurora, as the company looks to support businesses needing automation solutions to build resilience beyond Covid.
Steve Koutros takes up the role of non-executive director assisting with strategy, while adding additional expertise in the shared services and global business services arena. He joins Ros Haith, Prins Jaspal, and Anne Teague as external advisors to the technology company, which provides Intelligent Automation services for businesses and organisations in the UK, across Europe, and in Australia.
The management team has also been strengthened by the appointment of Anita Kennedy taking up the new role of Digital Transformation Advisor.
Dave Smith, founder, and CEO Aurora said: “I am very pleased that Steve and Anita have joined our team as we continue to expand and support our clients on their digital automation journeys. Their advice will be instrumental for organisations on their journeys to their Digital Destination end state of Hyperautomation.
“Intelligent Automation will play a significant role in building resilience for the next normal. The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the need for businesses to act with speed, agility, and accuracy. With the extensive expertise and experience of the board and management team, we will be able to deliver automation solutions to bring real, added-value to client’s businesses.”
Aurora is an Intelligent Automation specialist with a driving passion to help clients re-imagine new ways of working by leveraging an exciting selection of smart digital technologies and services using the Catalytic Intelligent automation cloud.
Aurora works in partnership with Catalytic Inc. as the UK, European, and Australian certified partner of the leading US intelligent automation software company, delivering cost reductions and increased productivity for the businesses across the globe, through Hyperautomation services.