// what we do

Your Partner for Technology Consulting

With a high demand for data quality and flawless software development, auticon provides a neurodiverse and agile workforce to improve our client’s technology projects.

Our teams include fully-trained autistic personnel specializing in software development, data analysis, quality assurance and testing, automation engineering, and more.

auticon works hand-in-hand with our clients and the local autism community. We encourage diverse work cultures, recognize each employee for their individual talents, and deliver outstanding quality to our customers.

Meet our team
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// High performance autistic talent

How it works

Superior Autistic Talent

Our teams have extraordinary cognitive abilities that provide exceptional value in the tech space. Logic, speed, precision, sustained concentration, and an ability to intuitively spot errors provide a uniquely autistic perspective on your tech projects.

Targeted Fulfillment

auticon has over 200 technology consultants on assignment with our global clients. We succeed at this through our experience in closely matching each consultant to your job requirements, office culture, and the neurodiversity goals of your organization.

Ensured Success

Our job coaches act as a liaison between the client and the autistic consultant, working hand-in-hand to communicate timelines, manage expectations, resolve needs, and ensure the ultimate success of your project.

“Businesses like auticon are true trailblazers.”
– Sir Richard Branson

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The skills you need

Technical skills
Special talents in logic, detail and pattern recognition are typical for many people with autism as well as enormous concentration and a pronounced interest in IT, physics, mathematics and technology.  Technical skills include:
  • MS.net
  • C/C++
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Java

Promoting Autistic Employment

Diversity in the modern working world has many dimensions: Gender, culture, nationality, sexual orientation or age. Another aspect is neurodiversity, which can be of great benefit in everyday project work, especially for companies facing the challenges of digitization. Neurodiversity is defined as teams supplemented by “neuro-untypical” members, for example by people on the autism spectrum. Autism often brings with it some challenges: the so-called innate deviation of information processing influences a person’s perception, cognition and emotions. Although many autistic people have enormous cognitive strengths, high intelligence and outstanding qualifications, they are often very sensitive to irritation, have little understanding of non-verbal signals, cannot tolerate eye and body contact well and feel uncomfortable with small talk. These challenges make it difficult for them to enter the world of work and everyday life: only around 15 to 20% of autistic people in the United States work in the job market. Things are no different in most other countries.

But autistic people can be very valuable in social and economic life and achieve outstanding and exceptional work results – if they are integrated systematically and unerringly into existing teams and processes.

An equal opportunity employer

auticon provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.