Zurich/Poznań - Squirro and STX Next have entered in a strategic partnership. The two companies are joining forces to develop solutions in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Squirro has entered into a partnership with the IT service provider and consulting firm STX Next, which is headquartered in the Polish city of Poznań, further details of which can be found in a press release. The Zurich-based firm Squirro offers solutions on the basis of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the areas of enterprise search and insights cloud, for example. In so doing, Squirro empowers companies to transform enterprise data into AI-driven insights and tailored recommendations.

With the vertical-specific Augmented Intelligence solutions from Squirro, which combine human intelligence with powerful AI, businesses can capitalize on new opportunities to improve customer relationships and optimize their decision-making abilities, as the Zurich-based firm explains on its LinkedIn profile.

According to the press release, the partnership underlines STX Next’s focus on AI and data engineering across the German-speaking DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) region, which is a particular focus for STX Next in 2023, as well as the company’s ambitions to further grow its expertise in these areas on a global scale. The press release goes on to state that STX Next and Squirro have already started offering their services to the Bertelsmann Foundation.

“Our partnership with STX Next is a game-changer in today’s data-driven business world”, as Dorian Selz, co-founder and CEO at Squirro, explains in the press release. “Together, we are bringing cutting-edge AI technologies to empower businesses with tailored solutions and top-notch services. We focus on data analytics and insights, to increase efficiency and save operational costs”, he concludes. ce/gba 

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