by Angela Guess
According to a recent press release, “Next IT, the provider of conversational AI for the Global 5000, today announced a new initiative to help every enterprise succeed with AI by making their proprietary AI tools and conversation platform commercially available. By placing their tools directly in the hands of businesses, Next IT aims to democratize AI technology. Next IT’s AI technologies span Natural Language Processing (NLP), Natural Language Generation (NLG), human-human and human-machine conversation analysis, and leverage a library of 90,000 business intents and 165,00 unique actions gathered across 11 industries. Their runtime conversation platform, the most inclusive on the market, can integrate with any front- or back-end system and supports secure user interactions on any endpoint.”
The release continues, “Next IT’s decision to offer these proprietary technologies independently to the market marks a watershed moment in the commercialization of AI technologies, which have, for the most part, been secured within “black box” platforms, inaccessible to AI buyers who need greater control and customization. Empowering customers and partners to hand-pick from Next IT’s proven platform, AI technologies, and extensive libraries helps them quickly identify, adapt, build, and deploy conversational AI solutions that meet their customers’ unique needs as well as their business processes. ‘It’s time for AI to be packaged and delivered in whatever manner a business needs to be successful,’ said Tracy Malingo, President of Next IT. ‘The walled gardens of proprietary platforms made vendor selection an impossible choice between trade-offs and compromises for customers. Today, Next IT is once again leading the way – in addition to our best-in-class Alme Enterprise solutions, customers can now buy what they need and get what they want’.”
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