Thomson Reuters and ModuleQ announced on Monday that they joined forces to integrate their respective  Artificial Intelligence (AI)  ) technologies. Together, the two companies aim to help professionals access time-sensitive insights.

With the volume of digital information continuously expanding, businesses that rely on information are looking for new ways to keep up with the overload of information. Thomson Reuters and ModuleQ, through their integration, aim to provide a proactive distribution of critical business information to its clients.

Thomson Reuters and ModuleQ to Provide Tailor-Made AI Solution

ModuleQ is a provider of AI solutions that allow businesses to automate the delivery of critical and targeted information to front-line professionals. The resulting solution of the partnership will combine Thomson Reuters’ AI technology that can extract important business information from large data sets and ModuleQ’s AI that can match the relevant business insights with the priorities of individual professionals. As a result, the solution will be able to provide business professionals with tailor-made information that matches their priorities.

David Brunner, ModuleQ CEO and Founder
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Commenting on the partnership, David Brunner, the Founder & CEO at ModuleQ said: “Timely, relevant information is crucial to professionals. Together, ModuleQ and Thomson Reuters will provide turn-key AI solutions that are designed to surface the right information to the right person at the right time, seamlessly, within the tools where they already work.”

Through its intelligent agent technology, ModuleQ can engage professionals in the workplace via Microsoft Office 365. The company’s solutions provide behind-the-firewall security and privacy and are delivered to consumers as virtual appliances on Microsoft Azure.

Tim Baker, Thomson Reuters
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Tim Baker, the Global Head of Innovation at Thomson Reuters added: “Our accumulated expertise in financial Information and using semantic technology at scale enables us to deliver AI solutions across a broad range of client needs. We’re excited to partner with ModuleQ to deliver information feeds that are automatically personalized and proactively delivered to help power smarter ways of working for business professionals.”

Thomson Reuters and ModuleQ announced on Monday that they joined forces to integrate their respective  Artificial Intelligence (AI)  ) technologies. Together, the two companies aim to help professionals access time-sensitive insights.

With the volume of digital information continuously expanding, businesses that rely on information are looking for new ways to keep up with the overload of information. Thomson Reuters and ModuleQ, through their integration, aim to provide a proactive distribution of critical business information to its clients.

Thomson Reuters and ModuleQ to Provide Tailor-Made AI Solution

ModuleQ is a provider of AI solutions that allow businesses to automate the delivery of critical and targeted information to front-line professionals. The resulting solution of the partnership will combine Thomson Reuters’ AI technology that can extract important business information from large data sets and ModuleQ’s AI that can match the relevant business insights with the priorities of individual professionals. As a result, the solution will be able to provide business professionals with tailor-made information that matches their priorities.

David Brunner, ModuleQ CEO and Founder
Source: LinkedIn

Commenting on the partnership, David Brunner, the Founder & CEO at ModuleQ said: “Timely, relevant information is crucial to professionals. Together, ModuleQ and Thomson Reuters will provide turn-key AI solutions that are designed to surface the right information to the right person at the right time, seamlessly, within the tools where they already work.”

Through its intelligent agent technology, ModuleQ can engage professionals in the workplace via Microsoft Office 365. The company’s solutions provide behind-the-firewall security and privacy and are delivered to consumers as virtual appliances on Microsoft Azure.

Tim Baker, Thomson Reuters
Source: Twitter

Tim Baker, the Global Head of Innovation at Thomson Reuters added: “Our accumulated expertise in financial Information and using semantic technology at scale enables us to deliver AI solutions across a broad range of client needs. We’re excited to partner with ModuleQ to deliver information feeds that are automatically personalized and proactively delivered to help power smarter ways of working for business professionals.”