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These startups are helping MNCs via Artificial Intelligence

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New Delhi [India] | August 8, 2018 2:41:33 PM IST
To organise employees and manage the work across borders is a crucial task done by multinational companies. As we see, technology is updating every day which leading the companies to adopt such technologies and organise the work culture as much as possible.

Artificial Intelligence is already forcing leadership teams of the companies around the world to reconsider some of their core structure. Advances in technology are causing firms to restructure their organizational makeup, transform their HR departments, develop new training models, and re-evaluate their hiring practices.

So here are some startups that helping brands to organise their work structure:

Routematic

One of the most innovative technology enabled transportation brand in India, Routematic is aimed at providing a simplified, robust and cost-effective transportation system for corporate employees. The company offers a combination of 2 services - Routematic Fleet Service and Transport Automation Software. As a SaaS product, it offers automation software complimentary to its fleet, which helps clients plan, optimize and monitor their employee transport operations.

Aurelius

We have been instrumental in developing consultative in-sourcing solutions which can enable organizations to streamline their operational procedures and business models. The company develops and customizes training programs focusing on the application side of technology. These programs are delivered Real-Time and Virtual with cloud-hosted labs based on the diverse requirements of companies.

Roadcast

A GPS-based real-time asset tracking, management and monitoring platform that allows businesses, which deal in logistics, transport and home delivery services, to track shipments/vehicles in real-time and tabulates data such as distance, time and routes. The platform helps in Live Location Tracking, Task Management, Attendance Management, Extensive Reporting, Customizable platform, and is suitable for any type of business.

Intuition

This Bengaluru-based startup which develops point-of-sale (POS) and billing systems using AI and ML, has collaborated with Lantern Pharma, a biopharmaceutical company which uses precision oncology to treat cancer and its related diseases. With cancer being harder to detect and treat at initial stages, Lantern aims to alleviate this problem using its advanced genomics and AI for improved drug development. Intuition Systems will work with Lantern's team to help with AI, big data, cloud services and infrastructure to support drug development and biomarker identification.

Customer Success Box

A B2B SaaS customer success platform backed with $1 million in venture funding, Customer Success Box is aimed at delivering proactive customer success. As the startup believes, customer churn is the biggest blocker of growth and it's like trying to fill up a leaky bucket. Such businesses cannot continue to operate with the old reactive support model, this is where CSB comes into the picture. (ANI)

 
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