A Week of Recognition for Navenio

This week has seen some great momentum building for Navenio. We’ve been recognised for our innovation in AI, nominated for a major award, and seen our CTO Niki Trigoni longlisted as one of the UK’s most influential women in tech, as well as commenting in industry press.

Most innovative AI Company

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Tech Nation’s Most Innovative AI Companies to keep an eye on in 2020 was published this week, and we were delighted to be included. AI-driven digital tech companies in the UK are among the best in the world; Tech Nation’s recent report showed that we’re “the only country of the top five AI nations to have demonstrated consistent positive year-on-year growth for the last five years.” We’re in good company amongst brands like Synap and Wild AI, and we’re confident we can live up to the hype.


UK Tech Awards

We’ve also been nominated for the UK Tech Awards, an event that celebrates the success and achievements of the UK tech community. We are honoured by the nomination and look forward to hopefully moving through to the next stages.


Most Influential Woman in Tech

After winning the CTO of The Year in the Women in IT Awards 2020 earlier this year, Niki has  also been longlisted in Computer Weekly’s Most Influential Women in UK tech list for 2020. The whole team is extremely proud of the amazing work she does, and we’ve got our fingers crossed for the soon-to-be-announced shortlist.

Media Spotlight: RPA in Healthcare

On Wednesday, AI magazine Digital Bulletin ran a story in its latest issue on automation in healthcare – specifically on the role that RPA has to play moving forwards. In the article Niki shared her thoughts and expertise in highlighting the developing role of technology in how people and places care for others.

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Niki pointed out that while RPA, AI, and mobile apps will not replace medical staff, healthcare organisations stand to gain a lot from integrating them into their processes. They can be used to make teams more efficient and streamlined, focusing staff to areas of work that need their attention and priority. Medical professionals need to be free to do their job to the best of their ability, and one way of doing this is freeing them from processes that slow them down.

You can read the article here.