Who we are

What’s in a name?

Well, in our case, just about everything. Ditto is close to our heart as a name that encapsulates what we’re all about.

Our focus is on capturing human knowledge and recreating human expertise perfectly. So you can be sure that any advice or recommendations you give are complete, consistent and correct every single time. Its associations with accuracy, replication and simplifying complexity mean that Ditto embodies our very essence.

 

Why it matters

The edge of change

We’re a dynamic, innovative company at the leading edge of the fourth industrial revolution. Pioneering and integrating new technologies, Ditto’s here to offer enterprises a real difference. Our goal is to prepare you for, and help you make the most of, a near future. Where traditional knowledge-based sectors will become increasingly automated. Where businesses will seek to engage and transact with their customers in new ways. A near future where Artificial Intelligence could well hold sway.

As with any disruptive innovation, there will be challenges and preconceptions to overcome along the way. But if AI is managed responsibly – and with a safe pair of hands such as ours at the helm – we can all ditto that vision, can’t we?

Our team

Rick Turner

CEO and Founder

Shefaly Yogendra

Group COO

Peter Denison-Pender

Ditto Tax Development Leader

Alan Aubrey

Chairman

Heather Jackson

Non-executive Director

Liz V Adams

Non-executive Director

Group 10@2x

What our customers say

The results of Ditto's ‘proof-of-concept’ demonstrator have been very encouraging. It has shown that in only 20 hours of a Tax Expert’s time significant expertise can be captured, built into a knowledge base and made available for consultation by less qualified Tax staff.

- RH, Director, Inland Revenue.

61 percent of businesses have already implemented AI in their strategy. Want to know why?

AI sits at the heart of future business development. It is already an integral part of how we live our daily lives. AI will only become more embedded into the fabric of our choices, actions and responses. How can you be involved?