Announces Release of AI-Analyst, Aristotle

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According to a new press release, “ is an enterprise software company located in San Francisco that powers Aristotle, the innovative virtual data analyst that turns data analytics into meaningful conversation. There is a growing need to make big data more accessible and intuitive for enterprises due to the amount of data available and the speed in which companies aim to operate. By applying artificial intelligence to power smart conversations about data, can transform the way B2B companies, essentially in any space – healthcare, technology, real estate, education, etc – can rely on virtual assistants to make decisions. Aristotle seamlessly integrates to standard messaging tools and voice-activated interfaces such as Slack, Skype and Microsoft Teams to help enterprises get the answers they need for success, 24/7. From either a desktop or the convenience of a mobile device, Aristotle delivers smart and flexible analytics through natural language, therefore changing the way companies now receive and understand information.”

The release goes on, “Aristotle allows the building managers and planners at Tjene Capital, a real estate management and technology consulting firm, to better manage their properties by perusing and sorting through thousands of data entries immediately on site, right from their pocket. ‘We explored companies similar to Bouquet but ultimately wanted to partner with them because of what Aristotle can offer the real estate market on a strategic level,’ says Calvin Yoa, Managing Partner of Tjene Capital. ‘We found that Aristotle provides an innovative and powerful way for clients to access their business intelligence data model, and we were particularly impressed by the capacity for heuristic data analysis via chat – it’s as easy as instant messaging a friend for information’.”

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