Limitless Launches LimitlessLiveMessenger™

2018-08-09By Sam GeorgeMedia

ASYNCHRONOUS MESSAGING BLENDS GIG WORK AND AI TO DELIVER CROWDSERVICE® We at Limitless – the UK-based inventor and provider of a SaaS platform offering crowd sourced customer service, are today announcing our latest product – LimitlessLiveMessenger™. LimitlessLiveMessenger is an asynchronous messaging product that can be easily deployed on any website and provides businesses with direct access … Read More

Limitless at Unbound London

2018-07-20By Sam GeorgeMedia

Most of you will no doubt be aware of the yearly tech event that is Europe’s largest and most exciting innovation festival – this year, it took place at the Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch on 18th and 19th July. Unbound London (#UnboundLdn) brings together over 5,000 entrepreneurs, investors, thought leaders and corporations to discuss the … Read More

Do you have a good gig going?

2018-07-03By Sam GeorgeMedia

Could gigging provide us with the next industrial revolution? Potentially. Many industries, including transport, tourism and e-commerce, have already been transformed by the sharing economy. A recent survey by Ernst and Young reports that the gig economy is transforming the workforce, with two in five organizations expecting to increase their use of the contingent workforce … Read More

Major brands flock to AI-powered Crowd Service® Platform

2018-05-11By Sam GeorgeMedia

At Limitless, the UK-based inventor and provider of a platform offering crowd-sourced customer service, we have begun working with a host of major brands. In Europe, we are now working with Unilever, Vodafone, National Express, New Day, Wargaming and Daily Mail Group; whilst in the US and Canada, we are working with Unilever North America and … Read More

Limitless leading to promote women in Tech

2018-04-26By Sam GeorgeMedia

Company on the frontline of promoting gender parity in the Tech world LONDON – April 2018 – It’s a well-known fact that women are under-represented in technology the world over. A recent survey by PwC found that women hold only 5% of leadership positions in the technology sector, with only 3% of female students choosing … Read More