It’s simple. We believe that all businesses should have the opportunity to automate repetitive tasks, regardless of the size of the business.
Until now, business automation has been the realm of large multinational enterprises with deep pockets. We have set out to democratise process automation and bring the benefits to processes that are lower volume and don’t justify big tech investment, as well as small and medium enterprises that don’t have the big bucks.
Ease of use
Autto is easy to use, so users will always want to automate processes rather than repeat them.
We use clear, transparent, and fair pricing; ensuring that workflow automation is within the reach of all businesses.
We constantly update product functionality, support and usability to help businesses get the most benefit possible from Autto.
Who we are.
Autto was founded by a lawyer, an experienced developer, and digital product manager. Through their careers and previous experience with a legaltech startup, they became aware of the lack of technology and intelligent automation in much of the legal industry.
Max is a former solicitor and a practising barrister specialising in media, commercial and employment law. His broad legal background gives us a unique understanding of legal processes and workflow.
Ian is a product manager and consultant specialising in SaaS, e-commerce and media. He comes from a digital transformation and venture capital background. Ian manages AUTTO’s product planning, finance and operations.
Kris is an experienced full-stack developer with an interest in document automation, web security, and e-commerce. With specialized frontend and backend development skills, Kris leads the tech team, ensuring that the product is high-quality and user-friendly.
We are proud to have received funding from angel investors, a UK government grant, and new investment from Tangible, a corporate legal platform in the US.
From Artificial Lawyer We have found a real meeting of minds with Tangible in our desire to deliver rapid, practical automation that suits the legal industry. Autto, the legal workflow automation platform, has taken a $650,000 investment from Angel investors and US-based ALSP, Tangible, previously known as the Ashe Legal Group, which offers a combination of tech
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