Hortor invests quarter of a million pounds in tech

Andy Roe

Hortor, the global resourcing and managed service consultancy headquartered in Leeds, has invested quarter of a million pounds into software and tech to support the business as it continues to expand the services it offers to clients around the world. 

As a company that has worked exclusively with tech and digital specialists for more than eight years, it has seen the growth and development of AI across evolving markets including energy, IT and telecoms.

Meeting with clients changing needs, the business has therefore invested £250k into software that will allow its growing team to deliver greater benefits for organisations through AI enabled programmes.

Andy Roe, chief operating officer for Hortor, said: “As a progressive business, we know that we need to invest in the tech that will allow us to continue to meet with the complex requirements of a growing and global client base.

“This investment in AI is as much about our team as it is our customers, after all, we need to provide them with the tools to do the very best job possible. There is no doubt the future is in AI and that companies ignoring this fact will be left behind. Thankfully, we won’t be one of them.”

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