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New Reltio Cloud Release Delivers Continuous Data Organization and Self-Learning

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Reltio, innovators of the Self-Learning Data Platform, today announced Reltio Cloud 2018.1, the newest version of the native cloud platform that organizes enterprise data for continuous self-learning. The release includes the next evolution of Reltio IQ (formerly Reltio Insights) which takes advantage of advanced analytics and machine learning for day-to-day operations and applications. One distinct feature of Reltio IQ is the ability to derive IQ scores or recommendations for efficient data organization (e.g. Data quality) and for business insight (e.g. Churn risk), and to embed them back into customer, account or product profiles for easy segmentation and operational execution. A brief video showing how a marketing individual and data scientist can both benefit can be seen here.”

The release goes on, “Now, businesses of all sizes can leverage their data like leading cloud companies with a platform that delivers continuous data organization, recommended actions and measurable results. With this release, Reltio is outlining five principles guiding Self-Learning Enterprises: Make data the heart of every decision; Organize data of all types at unlimited scale; Unify data sets while providing unlimited personalized views; Infuse analytics into operational business processes; Continuously learn about customers, products and their relationships. Companies that harness data as a strategic asset and apply it day-to-day across their business are shining examples of self-learning success. The potential impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) on business insights is undeniably vast.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Reltio

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