C3 Releases Low-Code/No-Code AI Development Environment for Enterprise AI

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A recent press release states, “C3, the leading enterprise AI software provider for accelerating digital transformation, today introduced the C3 Integrated Development Studio (IDS), a low-code/no-code environment for developing, deploying, and operating enterprise AI applications. IDS provides data ingestion, data modeling, machine learning feature engineering and model lifecycle management, and a metadata-driven UI development tool. The hybrid, multi-cloud distributed architecture of C3 IDS enables secure, highly available, and rapidly scalable application development.”

The release goes on, “C3 IDS delivers an improved developer experience through a low-code/no-code environment that accelerates developer velocity, an important capability for building complex enterprise-scale applications on the C3 AI Suite. C3 customers have already built end-to-end applications for a wide range of use cases on C3 IDS, including predictive maintenance and yield optimization. Based on recent analysis by an independent system integrator, building an application on the C3 AI Suite is at least 25x faster—and is typically 50x to 100x faster—than using existing cloud microservices.”

It adds, “C3 IDS allows developers and data scientists to focus on solving business problems by providing a single integrated environment that abstracts routine and complex application development tasks, through four environments: (1) C3 Data Studio: Ingest data of any kind and size through a browser-based interface; process, query, and plug the data into applications; connect to existing databases; define transformations; and develop or extend application objects (e.g., data model, analytics, algorithms, UI). Developers can also extend prebuilt industry and functional application packages to accelerate development.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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