Promethium First to Combine Natural Language Processing with Analytics

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A new press release reports, “AI-driven augmented data management provider Promethium today announced the release of its new AI-powered Data Navigation System™ (DNS), the first analytics solution to use natural language processing (NLP) to generate complex SQL queries from human language requests. With over 350 database, data warehouse, data lake and BI vendors, highly paid data scientists and IT professionals dedicate months of complex manual labor to deliver data to the business unit requesting it. The costs, delays, risks and governance issues associated with this are immense and will only worsen as data grows in volume and complexity. Promethium helps customers bypass these difficulties through AI and ML-driven contextual automation software that goes beyond merely locating data to presenting it in a form where users can gain a deep understanding of it. ‘Promethium is finally tearing down the walls in analytics that have been blocking all the massive data-driven innovations enterprises should have already been seeing by now,’ said Nate McQueen, CDO, Launch Consulting Group.”

The release continues, “With Promethium, business analysts and other non-technical professionals can use plain language to tap their organization’s data for answers to complex questions. Users simply ask a question, and Promethium: Locates the data; Demonstrates how it should be assembled; Automatically generates the SQL statement to get the right data; Executes the query. Promethium allows users to automatically draw actionable knowledge from multiple data sources through federated queries that run across all databases, data lakes and warehouses, providing answers within minutes instead of months (with sub-second query times). At the same time, Promethium automatically ensures all data is complete while identifying duplications and providing full lineage to confirm insights are trustworthy, making it easier to comply with government and industry regulations.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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