AntWorks Recognised as an Innovator by Avasant
AntWorks™, the global provider of artificial intelligence and intelligent automation solutions powered by fractal science, today announced its recognition as an Innovator in the Intelligent Automation Tools RadarView™ report 2019, published by Avasant, the Global Research and Advisory firm. According to the report, Innovators show a penchant for reinventing concepts and avenues, changing the very nature of how things are done from the ground up.
The RadarView™ report measures innovation levels and customer centricity of service providers. Despite its short span in the market and position against other industry heavyweights, AntWorks is identified as an Innovator due to its data-centric approach to end-to-end automation with significant focus on cognitive capture, in addition to having point bot solutions for domain or industry-specific processes.
Swapnil Bhatnagar, Research Director, Avasant, said, "Accurate data recognition and extraction is the most critical element for real success of enterprise or industry-specific process automation initiatives. AntWorks has taken a refreshing approach, moving beyond traditional OCR technology, to solve this key enterprise challenge. Its Cognitive Machine Reading (CMR) technology, which incorporates elements of fractal science, has shown significant success and is emerging as the foundation for AntWorks' intelligent automation offerings. In our assessment, its ANTstein™ SQUARE platform has the key capability to incorporate multiple point bots for business-critical processes that enterprises can deploy rapidly.
Asheesh Mehra, AntWorks Co-Founder and Group CEO, said, "We are very pleased to be recognised as an Innovator. This is testament to how we solve problems creatively and to think differently from the rest. Our proprietary data-centric automation platform built using the alternative fractal science allows us to process unstructured data like emails and images far more effectively than our counterparts. With 80% of world data expected to be unstructured by 2025, we are future proofing business processes for years to come."