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Enate is a company that provides a SaaS-based technology platform to simplify service orchestration. Enate’s Robotic Service Orchestration (RSO) platform enables the delivery and management of services across both the digital and human workforce. The company enables delivery of services from multiple locations to local standards whilst maintaining visibility and control, including the automation of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
TypePrivate
Founded2000
HQCheltenham, GB
Websiteenate.net
Employee Ratings4.8

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)64(+4%)
Cybersecurity ratingFMore

Key People/Management at Enate

Kit Cox

Kit Cox

CEO and Head of Partnerships
Jon Williams

Jon Williams

Solutions Director
Chris Pearce

Chris Pearce

VP of Customer Success
Peter Williamson

Peter Williamson

Chairman
Bill Thomas

Bill Thomas

Non-Executive Director
Martin Boakes

Martin Boakes

MD of Enate Europe
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Enate Office Locations

Enate has offices in Cheltenham and Bengaluru
Cheltenham, GB (HQ)
Rockfield Business Park & Old Station Dr
Bengaluru, IN
43, Residency Rd, Srinivas Nagar, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar
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Enate Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2000

Enate total Funding

$2.7 m

Enate latest funding size

$2.74 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Enate investors

Enate's latest funding round in May 2020 was reported to be $2.7 m. In total, Enate has raised $2.7 m
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Enate Cybersecurity Score

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42/100

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Enate News and Updates

Enate Raises £2.2M in Funding

Enate, a Cheltenham, UK-based automation software company, raised £2.2M in funding. The round was led by the Northern Venture Capital Trust (VCT) Funds, which are managed by Mercia. The company intends to use the funds to further develop its platform and expand its customer base and distributor netw…

Enate Blogs

Righting the wrongs of previous working practices

And there you have it. After over 12 months the world is officially returning to office work 'cautiously but irreversibly’. At the time of writing, that is. As we know, the situation is apt to change in a heartbeat.

Finally, the real role of workplace robots is revealed!

We’ve reached a stage in our evolution where robots are old news. Something inconceivable not much more than a few years ago. Indeed, pretty much every sector now engages robots in some regard so that the story is no longer about the ‘rise of the robots’ but the ‘role of the robot’ - a l…

A return to work - the same, but different

The 8th March 2021 was a seminal moment in the pandemic. You may have heard the roars from parents up and down the country - noises of excitement, not the speed of the vehicles in haste to get them out the house - as children went back to school. But in reality this date means so much mo…

Orchestration for the public sector

The public sector isn't renowned for its flexibility or speed. Quite the opposite in fact. Yet, despite the massive pressure it has faced in the last 12 months, it has shown itself to be innovative, resilient and open to change. 

Can you put a price on time?

As the saying goes, time waits for nobody. As a commodity it is more precious than any resource and more valuable than any currency. As we find ourselves once more battling with the claustrophobic parameters of this pandemic, how we value and use it has never been more pertinent.

Accentuating the positives for a post-pandemic world of orchestration

To say this year has been unpredictable would be something of an understatement. Nor would it be overstating the fact that, for the majority of folks, the idea of taking some time off over Christmas, resetting the mind and body and coming back to have another go in 2021 is both hugely ap…
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Enate Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Enate founded?

    Enate was founded in 2000.

  • Who are Enate key executives?

    Enate's key executives are Kit Cox, Jon Williams and Chris Pearce.

  • How many employees does Enate have?

    Enate has 64 employees.

  • Who are Enate competitors?

    Competitors of Enate include CIPHR, EduMe and AzzurroDigitale.

  • Where is Enate headquarters?

    Enate headquarters is located at Rockfield Business Park & Old Station Dr, Cheltenham.

  • Where are Enate offices?

    Enate has offices in Cheltenham and Bengaluru.

  • How many offices does Enate have?

    Enate has 2 offices.