AI featured as success story in 2015 Knowledge Economy Report

September 22nd, 2015   

AI featured as success story in 2015 Knowledge Economy Report

From left to right: Fergus McIlduff the COO for Automated Intelligence, Arlene Foster the acting First Minister for Northern Ireland, Joanne Stuart the Director of Development for the Northern Ireland Science Park and Dick Milliken the Director of the Northern Ireland Science Park Foundation

As part of NISP Connect‘s 2015 Knowledge Economy Index, Automated Intelligence (AI) have been featured as one of the key technology success stories to come out of Northern Ireland. With a focus on quality, care and innovation AI employs some of the most highly skilled Software Professionals in the world. These skills have enabled AI to compete on a global scale with over 95% of customers located outside of Northern Ireland across a broad range of sectors.

The Northern Ireland Knowledge Economy Index tracks the health of the Northern Ireland innovation economy by comparing data year-on-year, comparing Northern Ireland to other regions and monitoring availability of capital.  The launch of the 2015 report took place at Brewbot, Ormeau Road, Belfast and was broadcast live by BBC Radio Ulster’s Good Morning Ulster show. Interviewed as a representative of the fast growing knowledge economy, AI’s COO Fergus McIlduff, identified the skill sets  as world class and a fundamental reason for establishing AI’s headquarters in Northern Ireland. [Listen again to what Fergus had to say here – from 02:17:00].

To view the NISP Connect’s 2015 Knowledge Economy Index click here.

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