Questions open the mind to possibilities.
Questions are so fundamental to the innovation process
we chose the common question word letter "W" as the first letter of our company name.
WOT-i LTD is a company dedicated to helping clients with innovation.
We will help you to develop and grow your business by becoming more innovative about how your business operates, and by supporting your research and technology activities to develop more innovate products.
Remember: Innovation is the product of asking the right questions about operations and technology.
What help can we give you?
We're not a normal business support consultancy: we specialise in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
We will help you to access the real world knowledge that you need, to
You are in business, so you know how important it is to maintain your market position, to stay profitable and achieve the ambitions you have for your company.
We feel the same way. We want to grow and be profitable (of course), but what we really want is for a better future for everyone.
Ambitious businesses improve lives for everyone's benefit.
How can we help?
We feel that the best way to help a client is to understand what the client needs. So we ask questions: Who, What, Why, How, When, Where?
We believe that if we ask the right questions, then it will help the client to understand his or her own needs better.
When the needs are clear, then the next steps are easier to plan.
We will help you to develop research plans, carry out feasibility studies, and put you in contact with specialists who can help you go further.
"When?"" can be a very important question.
It is easy to be persuaded that "procrastination" is a bad thing, but trying to do too much at the same time can be destructive.
Sometimes it is necessary to think carefully about sequential activities, to ensure that the first activities are really those that must be started first.
"Where?" might indicate a question about location within a factory building, or it might concern a choice of geographical location.
In some instances "where?" might be a disguised question of "who?" or "which organisation could do this work?"