Limitless and Daily Mail Group Crowd Service programme celebrates Best Innovation win at the Engage Awards 2018

2018-11-28By Sam GeorgeMedia

Crowdsourcing partnership wins accolades for innovative gig-based service model which has boosted customer experience while reducing costs by 35%. London, Wednesday 28th November 2018 – Limitless, the UK-based inventor of a SaaS platform offering AI and crowd-sourced customer service solutions, has won ‘Best Innovation in Customer Engagement’ at 2018 Engage Awards for its successful partnership with … Read More

Limitless named Rising Star at the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50

2018-11-16By Sam GeorgeMedia

The award recognises pioneering work by Limitless in building a customer service platform that combines crowd sourcing and AI for enterprise London, Friday 16 November 2018: Limitless has been selected as a Rising Star at Deloitte’s UK Technology Fast 50 programme. Presented by the previous winner and founder of Just Eat, David Buttress, the Fast 50 award … Read More

Limitless partners with PwC to deploy gig-based customer service which protects freelancers

2018-11-05By Sam GeorgeMedia

Limitless one of the first tech companies to invest in localised platform terms which support the good-gig™ model for enterprise London, Thursday 1st November – Limitless, the UK-based inventor of a SaaS platform providing AI and crowd- sourced customer service solutions, today announces that it has entered into a partnership with professional services firm PwC. … Read More

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

Engaged customers – the difference between boom and bust

2018-06-08By Sam GeorgeMedia

Remember Blockbuster, the film rental company that was on every high street? Back in 2013 the company filed for bankruptcy and closed its stores. The company, once synonymous with home entertainment has quickly ebbed from memory. Of course, this didn’t come completely out of the blue. While membership numbers remained high, a large proportion of … 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