Our mission: To reimagine note-taking, helping people achieve more with the information around them
In the last few decades our access to information has grown exponentially, it’s practically limitless. We read, listen, and watch all manner of sources with ease.
But how we capture that information remains largely unchanged: we take notes.
In 2007, Dr Roger Tucker founded Sonocent to explore the value of audio notes, recognising that students with disabilities like dyslexia often relied on lengthy digital recordings for note-taking.
Today, our note-taking technology helps 100,000s of users to improve their study skills by using spoken information more effectively. We’re immensely proud to be working with hundreds of institutions to give all students better access to information with improved note-taking.
We’ve a host of tech, education and disability awards under our belt.
Our tech focuses on our users’ needs, not those of investors.
We lead the way in creating learning technology using audio notes.
Follow our journey so far
What makes Sonocent different?
Good question: its people. We’re very lucky to have forty curious and creative innovators in the team, dedicated to developing technology that makes a difference to our users.
Everyone at Sonocent brings a fresh perspective and specialist skill to the table - with a healthy helping of fun along the way.
Interested in joining the team?Careers Hub
D1, Joseph's Well,
Leeds, LS3 1AB,
And the rest of the world
4500 140th Ave North, Suite 101
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