Axiom.ai is building a no-code browser automation tool. This lets anyone automate repetitive work by recording clicking and typing actions in their browser. We think the market has huge potential - companies like UiPath built $10 billion+ businesses by automating processes on the desktop - an industry now known as Robotic Process Automation (RPA). We think RPA has a lot more potential outside the Enterprise. Axiom is on its way to being the industry-standard RPA tool for the browser. It now ranks alongside Selenium - the historical industry standard - as the top result when searching for ‘Browser Automation’ on Google, and is the top-result on Chrome’s extension store. You’d be joining axiom at a good time. Our product is reaching maturity, and our business is reaching profitability. No-code Browser Automation is now a fast-growing market in which we’re well positioned to be the market leader. We’re a flexible employer that operates flexible working hours and understands the importance of work-life balance. We believe people do their best work when they’re motivated by positive progress, not by negative stress. Our working culture emphasises focus and essentialism (https://gregmckeown.com/books/essentialism/). We believe the best way to work is to be relaxed, and focus on results, rather than a raw number of working hours.
My co-founders and I ran a software consultancy together, which evolved to focus on RPA. Axiom is a spin-out of that software consultancy and our previous RPA expertise. My background before that was engineering, computer science, automated theorem proving and computational biology (the latter two are surprisingly related). https://yaseersheriff.github.io/
I studied Psychology at university but then switched to programming afterwards when I saw that you could get paid for making things on the computer. This makes me a technical person who is also intersted in people and their many odd ways. Founded and ran a moderately successul software engineering and web design consultancy for about 8 years. My co-founders and I founded Axiom after transitioning from that business. I have a big passion for game design theory and making games, too.