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Empolis, Dr. Stefan Wess, CEO, Empolis Information Management GmbH:
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"Big Data" is, by nature, highly unstructured and often based on natural language. For that reason, Empolis offers Artificial Intelligence and language processing methods to extract relevant information from unstructured data streams and texts, identify structures, and create links between the data itself. Our primary goal is to deliver "the right information, at the right time, to the right person, on the desired device," in other words, to transform unstructured data in "smart data."

Just one example demonstrates the importance of this approach: in modern production, extremely complex machinery is monitored and delivers infinite amounts of data supplied by thousands of sensors. Along the lines of M2M and the "Internet of Things," big data produced by machinery and equipment becomes increasingly connected. The Smart Service platform utilizes artificial intelligence to analyze these massive amounts of data and, in addition, all relevant documents used in customer service. Downtimes and disturbances are avoided instead of resulting in emergency repairs, thus, leading to higher production security, increased earnings and reliable resource planning for maintenance staff and spare parts logistics.

With the highly integrated "Smart Information Management" approach, Empolis reaches unprecedented results: add value to information, optimize business-critical processes, make sound decisions in real time in extremely dynamic markets, develop marketable innovations, increase efficiency and flexibility in the workplace, and improve operational sustainability.

In addition to the traditional model of on-premise software licenses, Empolis also provides Software as a Service for the full range of solutions.

Empolis Information Management GmbH

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