We deliver highest quality of work, quickly and at competitive prices. We also love challenges and have experience in developing intelligent and comprehensive systems.
"a great workhorse piece of code, thanks again..."
Josh Brayman - marketstack.com
"We really appreciate your hard work and quality outcome..."
Siddharth Ceekala - feests.com
You can email us or follow us on our social network links below.
Currently Technotomy invests a lot of its resources and time in research and development, creating innovative products and services. The most exciting project relates to a system called infoClew, that aims to provide a new way for finding and presenting information.
is the result of the collaboration of Technotomy, FDI Marketing Associates and the University of Surrey. The main characteristics of the product is that it offers an easy and visual way of retrieving information from unprocessed data from the Web and consequently presenting this information in a concise and understandable format. The main purpose of this product is to overcome the difficulties of the existing search engines when it comes to finding meaningful/semantic information. One of the main advantages of this solution is that the system can monitor any changes in the original information and also can be customised to apply time constrains on the identified patterns. This allows the user to monitor the progress and change of information in time. The product could be used by businesses wanting to monitor their Web appearance (Web profile) in comparison to their competition. It can also be used by large organisations such as UK Trade and Investment wanting to find information (such as the growth profile) of companies in a particular industry sector.
The system is currently under development, but soon to be available to businesses. Feel free to contact us to find more information about it.
Technotomy has sever projects in the pipeline. Most relate to intelligent algorithms that utilise artificial intelligence to process data and help end users perform tasks and take decisions. The main areas of research include: