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Our Story

Our story began with a simple discovery:

Employees are feeling increasingly disengaged at work


of employees say they don't look forward to going to work in the morning


The average office worker spent >3 hours

a day on manual, repetitive computer tasks that aren't even part of their primary job


of employees struggle to leave office on time due to time spent on manual, repetitive digital administration tasks



of survey respondents find such digital administration boring and a poor use of skills


of survey respondents indicated that they would be attracted to work at a company that embraces automation

The most hated tasks?

  1. General data entry

  2. Managing email traffic

  3. Filing digital documents

  4. Compiling reports from IT systems

  5. Invoice management

These findings are a sobering reminder of why worker productivity and employee engagement remains persistently low worldwide. And these two factors reinforce each other in a vicious cycle.

Hence, at CFB Bots, we strongly believe that Intelligent Automation can help to deliver the triple-win, where shareholders, customers, and employees all benefit from automation.

Intelligent Automation can delivery triple win for shareholders, customers, and employees

Eliminating mundane, menial work results in far happier employees, who in turn provide better customer service and help the company generate more profits. Companies with the most engaged employees were 22% more profitable than those with the least engaged employees.

Our Vision:

To Make Work Enjoyable

Our Mission:

To Co-Create the Digital Workforce of the Future

In tandem with the rise of the digital economy, organisations desperately need to transform their operating paradigm – from a traditional labour-intensive model to a future-proof and technology-centric one.

In the Fourth Industrial Revolution, clerical work will be automated the way industrial robotics automated production in the shop floor during the Second Industrial Revolution.

A tipping point, where the majority of work (52%) will be performed by machines and software robots

A tipping point will be reached in 2025


According to the World Economic Forum, that is when the majority of work (52%) will be performed by machines and software robots rather than humans.

Our goal, therefore, is to help organisations embrace automation and digitalisation so that they can survive and thrive in this new economic landscape.


That means developing the next-generation digital workforce that leverages the major technological drivers of change including Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, and Cloud Computing.

Image by Douglas Bagg

Let's create the workforce of the future—together

We are excited about the future as we believe that we are only scratching the surface at the moment. We look forward to a fruitful journey as we work with like-minded partners to achieve our common goals.

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