Wellington-based developer of machine learning tools Intela AI has become the regional reseller for US based Anodot, which uses AI and machine learning techniques for business intelligence, and will integrate Anodot’s autonomous analytics platform into its workflow to detect data quality anomalies in real-time.
Intela AI says it offers data acquisition tools that are extraordinarily lightweight, secure and simple to deploy and that the addition of the Anodot platform will “enable even the largest of organisations to connect their data quickly and obtain immediate operational insights that could save significant money and avoid damaging technical events.”
Intela AI CEO Asa Cox said the combination of its AI capabilities with Anodot would enable NZ enterprises to rapidly obtain impactful insights. “We already have significant interest in Anodot from banks, insurance companies and other corporates running their own data centres,” he said.
Anodot claims to overcome the manual limitations of traditional BI by “giving businesses real-time mastery over every aspect of their operations with a monitoring system that provides a focused picture of everything happening simultaneously across various systems.”
It says that by going beyond simply finding anomalies and providing “continuous big picture visibility” data becomes truly actionable enabling enterprises to respond to trends faster and more efficiently.
“Anodot’s detection services focus on monitoring and alerting for business operational anomalies and their root causes,” it says.
“The self-service AI platform runs continuously so businesses are never surprised by blind spots. Notification of potential high value incidents, with real-time insights for root cause analysis and corrective action, is instantaneous.”
Earlier this year Intel AI launched Farrago, an online tool that uses machine learning to clean up dirty data: identifying and removing duplicate records from databases.