Company's AI-Powered Talent Cloud Enables Enterprises to Accelerate Growth and Innovation Cycles in Today's Fiercely Competitive, High Stakes Business Market
PALO ALTO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 27, 2023 / Turing, an AI-powered technology company, today announced the official launch of Turing Services, a modern-age tech consulting and services model that combines the unmatched speed and deep vetting quality of the company's Intelligent Talent Cloud with its U.S.-based solutions experts who helped shape some of the world's most iconic tech companies. The company's Imagine-Deliver-Run (IDR) framework provides complete, end-to-end solutions in the uptake, implementation, and management of AI, cloud computing, and application engineering, tailored to meet the specific tech talent and innovation demands of modern enterprises.
Applied and honed within its own business operations over the last four years and evolved from the company's Teams offering that provides entire technology teams vetted through its AI-powered Talent Cloud, Turing's IDR methodology was a central factor in the company's triple-digit YoY growth in 2022. In addition to successfully applying the new framework to its own business, Turing applied its IDR approach with several leading companies across AI, healthcare, financial services, and software & hardware services, to solve a range of complex technical challenges with unmatched speed, quality, and cost-efficiency. Case studies demonstrating the success of Turing Services can be found at https://www.turing.com/services.
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'Conventional technology services fall short of meeting the speed, quality, and overall cost-efficiency requirements of today's fiercely competitive business landscape, which has been further compounded by cutbacks, budgetary constraints, and the incessant shortage of high-caliber tech talent,' said Jonathan Siddharth, Turing's CEO and Co-Founder. 'With Turing Services, we have introduced an AI-powered approach that offers the best engineering team, vetted and matched by AI, for a company's product roadmap. Our solutions experts have a proven track record of scaling some of today's most iconic technology companies. Our official launch of Turing Services represents a significant advancement over antiquated services models and a new age in tech consulting.'
The launch of Turing Services comes on the heels of Turing's successful 2022, a year in which the company experienced triple-digit YoY growth and the build-out of its world-class executive roster, while numerous tech companies were hampered by financial constraints, slowed growth, and a focus on business continuity versus innovation. Turing also recently announced the hiring of David Wei, formerly Vice President of Engineering at Meta, to head the company's engineering and AI team which also includes Omkar Dalal, Head of Data Science & Analytics, who was previously Director of AI at LinkedIn. With the launch of Turing Services, the company is set to further accelerate innovation for its clients and continue its high growth trajectory.
Turing is an AI-powered technology company that is disrupting the traditional tech consulting services landscape. Turing's Intelligent Talent Cloud provides deeply vetted software development teams, matched by AI, to some of the world's leading companies across a broad range of industries, including AI, automotive, entertainment, financial services, food & beverage, healthcare, social media, software & hardware services, food & beverage, and entertainment. Turing has received numerous awards, including Forbes 2022 'One of America's Best Startup Employers,' The Information's 'Most Promising B2B Startup,' and Fast Company's Annual List of the World's Most Innovative Companies. The company has raised more than $140 million from investors, including WestBridge Capital, Foundation Capital, Stanford StartX, as well as from executives at Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. Turing's most recent private fundraising round was oversubscribed and valued the company at $1.1 billion. Subsequent oversubscribed SAFEs were completed on a $4 billion valuation cap. To learn more about Turing, visit turing.com.
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