Expleo and DataWhys announce partnership to deliver AI-powered business solutions

  • Photo: Roch Thaller, Group Chief Operating Officer, Expleo Group

    Tech firm Expleo has partnered with US-based artificial intelligence (AI) start-up, DataWhys, in a collaboration to help businesses digitalise their operations.

    The DataWhys platform uses the power of AI in the form of a multiple parameter business rules engine to identify and analyse trends in data collected from various sources, such as IoT sensors.

    Expleo works in Industry 4.0 and in Financial Services with customers looking to get value from the massive amount of data they collect, aiming to make better decisions, improve the efficiency of their operations and increase customer satisfaction.

    Using the DataWhys suite and applying the industry know-how of its experts, Expleo will develop innovative solutions to improve its customers' efficiency or enable new service offerings.

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    Expleo and DataWhys will provide a joint service offering to customers across Banking, Insurance, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Transportation and Retail.

    Guy Liégaux, COO of DataWhys said of the partnership: “While businesses have more data available to them than ever before, it’s meaningless unless they can act on it quickly. The DataWhys platform gives businesses insights within minutes of loading their data. It helps identify and explain patterns, before prescribing the best courses of action to deliver optimal outcomes.”

    Roch Thaller, Group Chief Operating Officer, Expleo Group commented: “By supporting the digital transformation journeys of the world’s biggest brands across financial services, retail, aerospace and automotive, we have cultivated a deep understanding of the challenges businesses can face. We can apply the analysis which DataWhys’ platform provides and turn that into real business solutions, quickly and effectively.”

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