Read our case studies to learn how we help innovative information, technology, and product officers across a variety of industries. Our actionable artificial intelligence solutions involve Data Strategy, Machine Vision, Natural Language Processing, Smart Content, Graph Embeddings, and more.

These cases may inspire you about how we can help your business. But every client is unique. If you have an idea about how we can help you specifically, let us know!

How BAL Uses Intelligent Automation to Deliver Exceptional Client Service

How BAL Uses Intelligent Automation to Deliver Exceptional Client Service In this case study, learn how BAL uses intelligent automation to deliver exceptional client service. Despite a march toward digitization, businesses remain overwhelmed by the need to intake and process physical documents. For many industries, such as legal services, high volumes of data impact client…

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How We Worked with DICIO to Build Powerful and Proprietary Identity Security

How We Worked with DICIO to Build Powerful and Proprietary Identity Security Passwords fail to protect personally identifiable and payment information time and again. Stephane Mathieu, the CEO of DICIO, and his team set out to innovate identity security in Mexico and globally by building a crypto-identity service for secure, compliant, and easy banking. They…

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How Farm Journal Used Data Strategy to Transform its Business

How Farm Journal Used Data Strategy to Transform its Business With nearly 150 years serving the agriculture market, Farm Journal had an invaluable wealth of industry knowledge. Grey Montgomery, Farm Journal’s President of Data and Research, wanted a data strategy that would spark innovation and serve as a roadmap to construct an expansive, trusted data…

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Using Machine Vision for Detecting Wildfires

Using Machine Vision for Detecting Wildfires About 4.5 million U.S. homes are considered at high or extreme risk of wildfire. While wildfires mainly destroy unpopulated land and remain relatively “manageable” (fewer than two percent classified as “significant” or conflagrations), any wildfires of any size near populated areas wreak havoc on those who live there. Factors…

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