Irish Entrepreneur Set to Make Over $900m Following Software Sale to Hewlett-Packard - Page 2
Autonomy currently employs 400 engineers in its Silicon Fen base in the UK, with a spokesperson for the company stating that all current employees will keep their jobs.
The growth of the company over the last number of years has been impressive to say the least, with Autonomy enjoying double-digit growth, which saw its revenue rise from £58m in the year 2005 to over £500m this past year.
Lynch’s new aim is to improve computers and make them more intelligent, to aid the 16,000 clients who purchase the Autonomy software. His clients include; the US Department of Homeland Security, NASA, and Procter & Gamble.
Lynch feels that computers are unaware of how people think when he spoke of his new plans. According to Lynch, “The next big step change is to get computers to operate more intuitively”.