Magenta Corporation Ltd
In 1999, soon after his retirement from the full-time academic career with The Open University, George raised investments in the City of London and founded Magenta Corporation Ltd in partnership with Dr Petr Skobelev from Samara, Russia. At the age of 67, George was the oldest entrepreneur in the field of advanced software technology.
Magenta experienced fast growth, with the number of software developers in Russia under Petr’s leadership reaching over hundred whilst keeping numbers of employees at headquarters in London to a minimum.
Magenta specialised in refining and translating into practice Professor Rzevski’s ideas on intelligent multi-agent software for the allocation of resources in problem areas of high complexity, where conventional optimisers could not be applied.
The company developed and delivered unique large-scale, real-time schedulers for
Magenta also developed unique solutions in the domains of
Multi-Agent Technology Ltd
After 10 years, both George and Petr left Magenta and founded a new venture, Multi-Agent Technology Ltd, or MAT, with branches in London, Helsinki, Singapore, Moscow and Samara.
MAT products and services were based on a new and more powerful version of multi-agent technology. Some of the most prestigious projects recently completed are:
MAT business has been now transfered to Helsinki. George acts as a Senior Adviser to the MAT Board of Directors.
Digital Ecosystems Ltd
Learning from the rich experience in building a variety of real-time adaptive systems for business, George and Petr began constructing a new digital platform for developing "digital ecosystems" - intelligent software capable of autonomously self-organising to accommodate internal and external disruptive events and co-evolving with their environments. The new venture, Digital Ecosystems Ltd, established in 2017, is now used to launch products and services based on the new technology.
The first project of the new company is the design of a digital ecosystem for an insurance client in Australia.