Indominus is a leading-edge software manufacturer and an AI-powered consulting agency.
Indominus is the latin word for “untameable” or “fierce”.
To apply Automation and AI to IT operations so that companies can continuously transform and grow.
You are more than welcome to try! You can send your LinkedIn profile and resume by clicking here.
We are a Microsoft shop. Azure is our friend.
We would rather not give out our secrets, but you can gain insights into what we are doing by visiting the Our Projects section of the website.
Does anything else exist these days? Yes, definitely. We are a SaaS-based service provider.
We are currently raising our seed round. Please do not hesitate to contact our founder, René-Sylvain Bédard.
Mentors are always welcome. We have a small advisory board. If you think you can contribute, don’t hesitate to contact us!
We specialize in IT Infrastructure consulting services, with strong expertise in the Microsoft platform. For more information, please check out the Our Services section.
Indominus is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec on the east coast of Canada. We’re 30 minutes from the USA border and only 7 hours from New York City.
We are currently running in office-less mode but are actively looking for space in the Mile-Ex neighbourhood, the epicenter of the AI revolution in the city.
Only the hottest. It is a mix, a recipe, and we are not quite open about it just yet. But you can be assured that it will be Microsoft, cloud, and AI in a shiny wrapper!
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The partner portal is still under construction, but Indominus is looking for three types of partners: technology manufacturers, consulting firms, and distributors.
If your company fits into one of these categories, please do not hesitate to contact us by clicking here.
The concept of a Mechanical Turk was first introduced in 1770, when Wolfgang von Kempelen claimed to have created a machine that could play chess. The machine consisted of a chess board with the upper body of a mechanical man dressed in Turkish clothing. In reality, a chess master was placed inside the machine to control it and give it the appearance of intelligence.
The term “Mechanical Turk” has since been adopted by companies such as Amazon and Google to represent a task-based, back-end workforce that is hidden from the masses and performs tasks that can’t be automated or learned by an AI system.
Indominus is creating such a community to answer research questions from our consulting workforce.
The full leadership team is still in creation. If you think you have what it takes, contact us!