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WorkingMouse set to scale up

The opportunity to expand and innovate as a modern, subscription-based, on demand service was the push for WorkingMouse to explore ways to move their innovative coding robot software program from the desktop to the cloud.

WorkingMouse is a Brisbane-based technology startup whose robots generate code for a range of capabilities—from workflows and financials to mobile apps and gamification. These capabilities once took months to build, but with WorkingMouse can now be written in seconds, with around 90% of code generated automatically.

Currently, WorkingMouse is installed locally on software developers' computers. As a direct result of a partnership with University of Queensland (UQ) multimedia graduate Taun Vos and his mentor Professor Paul Strooper, the business is working towards enabling customers to create and manage their own cloud-based applications.

Through the partnership, funded through Advance Queensland's Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) program, WorkingMouse can access fresh ideas and expertise from the university, and Taun is involved in real work and real problem solving. The business can also tap the expertise of Professor Strooper from UQ's School of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, bringing another level of expertise to help the business achieve its goals.

WorkingMouse accessed the KTP program which provides funding of up to $50,000 for eligible businesses to place recent graduates in strategic innovation projects.

The program is designed to transfer knowledge from universities to businesses and build the capacity of the business to enhance profitability and create jobs.

In turn, the graduate and the university develop better business skills through practical experience and industry connections that help the tertiary sector understand and meet business needs and develop the right skills for future graduates.

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Last updated
18 July, 2017

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