Artificial Solutions Announced as Gamechanger of the Year
Artificial Solutions™, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, today announced that it has won in two categories in the 11th Annual ACQ5 Global Awards.
The Gamechanger of the Year award, which recognises today’s most influential organisations, validates Artificial Solutions innovative proposition to the marketplace that enables enterprises to build artificially intelligent applications without the need for extensive development effort and time. The second award, Fintech Product Offering of the Year, highlights Artificial Solutions’ strength in delivering sophisticated conversational applications to highly demanding industry sectors.
Artificial Solutions’ NLI technology, delivered through the Teneo platform, allows enterprises to rapidly build artificially intelligent, natural language applications from digital employees and mobile personal assistants, to bots, wearables and IoT interfaces—all from a single platform. OS and device independent, Teneo reduces development timescales through advanced intelligent features including machine learning and provides true conversational ability in 35 languages.
In addition, Teneo allows enterprises to keep control of their data with a powerful analytics suite that unlocks the knowledge held within millions of conversations. This information can then be used to optimise, not just the conversation, but business processes, product trends and reveal hidden revenue opportunities.
The ACQ5 Global Awards decisions are firmly based on peer nominations following the receipt of detailed submissions from market participants and extensive year-round research. The winners are those companies that have demonstrated the greatest impact to industry during the previous calendar year.
“Every year, we seek the assistance of our readers, the industry itself, in recognising industry leaders, eminent individuals, exemplary teams and distinguished businesses, which we believe represent the benchmark of achievement and best practice in a variety of fields,” says Jake Robson, Group Editor of The ACQ5. “We believe that by consulting our readers we can better identify the groups that are confronting the issues which face us at this ongoing complex juncture, raising our awards beyond the status of participation certificate to actually be an endorsement of their work.”