According to Michelle Funke, Best Practices Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, “Augmentir’s solutions are AI-powered at their core; this is a huge differentiation factor as all other competitors’ platforms lack this foundational capability. The company takes a four-pronged approach to connected work by targeting skills management, digital workflows, collaboration, and knowledge sharing to bring end-to-end results for industrial organizations and employees.”
Augmentir’s AI-driven solutions foster a connected workforce, generating extensive data that enables customers to deliver more tailored and precise work instructions and guidance. The technology facilitates more streamlined and effective communication, contributing to ongoing safety and quality improvements. Augmentir’s skills management capabilities, unlike traditional solutions, oversee worker certifications, endorsements, and permits to enhance safety and compliance with government regulations, thereby broadening Augmentir’s market reach and expanding the scope of its functionality. Augmentir sustains strong customer relationships to guarantee ongoing satisfaction and maintain a vital connection to the market, empowering it to respond effectively to emerging trends and pain points.
“Augmentir’s unwavering commitment to customer value, innovation, and quality solutions has propelled its substantial growth, despite recent macroeconomic and geopolitical challenges. The company tripled its revenue last year, acquired dozens of new customers, secured several multi-year contracts with existing clients, and recently announced a new round of funding,” added Sebastian Trolli, Senior Industry Analyst, Industrial Technologies at Frost & Sullivan.
For its customer-centric strategies, best practices implementation, and strong overall performance, Augmentir earns Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Global Company of the Year Award in the connected worker solutions industry.