January 31, 2022 – Starting the year off with a bang, Stradigi AI has the honor of being named Most Promising Artificial Intelligence Solutions Provider by CIOReview magazine.
CIOReview is a technology magazine that helps those working in technology to navigate their way through the ever-changing landscape of solutions and services. The articles in CIOReview are targeted specifically at those in senior management positions, looking for information to make informed choices about the many technologies available to support their digital transformation initiatives. The last issue of 2021 for CIOReview was focused primarily on helping IT leaders to better understand the role of AI in today’s technology landscape.
“At Stradigi AI, we stand behind the promise of effortless AI,” shares Carolina Bessega, Chief Product Officer at Stradigi AI. “Our AI platform, Kepler, provides data teams with a means to leverage AI for decision-making, without the need to hire specialized resource teams, or experience long development cycles. By providing businesses with an easy path to add machine learning into their existing data and decision workflows, we help them accelerate the adoption of AI, at a fraction of what it can cost to build themselves.”
While AI was just a buzzword only a few years ago, it has been widely adopted by many Fortune 500 enterprises.
Now, as Justin Smith, Managing Editor of CIOReview says in his opening editorial, AI is now going mainstream with small and mid-size companies who have begun to tap into AI to “boost their functionalities and performances on the market.”
A recent survey shows that 91.5% of top businesses are investing in Artificial Intelligence. It is encouraging to see that so many leading businesses are making that investment.
However, while they are making the investment in developing AI for their business needs, only 14.6% of them are using AI or machine learning on a regular or extensive basis. Around half of the businesses surveyed have AI deployed within their organization in limited production. So while they know that it is important, they seem to be experiencing the same pitfalls that everyone who invests in developing AI in-house is dealing with.
Carolina concludes by saying “We have eliminated the traditional barriers to entry for Artificial Intelligence, and it is for that reason that publications like CIOReview are beginning to notice the ripple effect that our easy-to-use AI software is creating across the technology and IT landscape. There are so many more possibilities and we are excited to explore them all, working with our customers to ensure that they are getting the most out of their data in order to create the best value for their businesses.”