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Grammarly introduces plethora of features to support AI for enterprises

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Grammarly, the company helping over 30 million people and 70,000 teams work smarter and faster wherever they write, is making several updates to its enterprise AI offerings to provide new personalized voice profiles to produce text that sounds like the user and the general availability of its generative AI features.

“While other companies jump on the AI hype, we’ve been building AI solutions and delivering real results for our customers for over 14 years,” said Rahul Roy-Chowdhury, CEO of Grammarly. “Just imagine what four weeks of time saved per employee per year could do for businesses: higher productivity, better results, faster growth—the possibilities are limitless. With extended access and functionality in our generative AI features for businesses everywhere, they can now scale their use of AI to get increased value from Grammarly."

Grammarly is expanding the limits of enterprise-grade AI by announcing:

  • Personalized voice detection and application, addressing the problem of AI-generated text sounding robotic or impersonal. Grammarly will automatically detect a user’s unique writing style and create a personal voice profile describing how they sound to their audiences. They can then rewrite any generated text in their voice with one click. Grammarly continuously adapts to the user’s preferences over time, capturing elements such as tone and stylistic choices. The capabilities will roll out to all Grammarly Business customers by year’s end.
  • General availability of its generative AI features for all businesses, educational institutions, and individual users following a successful beta release. Users are creating over 12 million pieces of content weekly with Grammarly’s generative AI features, relying on them for everything from kicking off first drafts and ideas, to quickly tackling pings and emails, to rewriting text to be just the right length and tone.

In addition to its new personalized voice capabilities, Grammarly listened to customer feedback during the beta to add new and enhanced functionality, including:

  • Enhanced Grammarly’s “Improve It” prompt with greater context and quality to rewrite text more effectively
  • Added a description of how Grammarly improved the user’s text so they understand why it was changed
  • Improved integration of user context and past prompts to generate even more relevant output
  • Added prompt history so users can pick up where they left off

Increased prompt usage limits for Grammarly Business customers to scale their use of Grammarly’s generative AI features, including:

  • Unlimited prompts for Enterprise customers
  • 2,000 prompts for Team and Grammarly for Education customers

Grammarly has the most comprehensive enterprise-grade certifications and compliance of any AI writing assistance company, such as SOC 2 (Type 2), ISO, HIPAA, GDPR, and CCPA, according to the vendor. The company never sells customer data or lets any third parties store or use it to train their models.

Grammarly’s latest developments come on the heels of recognition from industry experts, according to the company.

For more information about these updates, visit www.grammarly.com.

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