Polish tech Comarch helps FIs transition to AI without the risk
Financial software provider Comarch has introduced a “first of its kind” cross-sector artificial intelligence (AI) platform which reduces the risk for companies transitioning to new technology.
The polish firm will run the AI-powered solution on the cloud, omitting risks by spotting system anomalies, streamlining regulatory compliance management, creating insights out of customer data and automating menial processes.
The product, called Artificial Intelligence Management (AIM), says it’s an “easy”, “configurable” and “out-of-the-box solution” which helps airlines, retailers and other AI-using firms as well as financial institutions (FIs).
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Comarch’s CEO and head of research and development Jerry Filipiak is excited about the birth of the company’s latest AI product, which he thinks will “demonstrate the strength” of the company and its ability to offer seamless support.
Now employing a team of 6,000, 85% of which are engineers, Cormach’s focus has consistently been on technology. Founded in 1993 in Kraków, the company now works with the likes of BP, Heathrow Airport, T-Mobile, Allianz, Santander, CitiFinancial and ING Insurance.
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