OneClick.ai Announces General Availability of OneClick Forecast for Turbocharged Time Series Forecasting
OneClick.ai announced the general availability of OneClick Forecast, an automated platform for building, training, and deploying custom AI models for business forecasting.
OneClick Forecast is the only automated time series forecasting software fully powered by deep learning, bringing a simplified approach to complex forecasting challenges. Financial professionals, business analysts, demand planners, supply chain managers and others tasked with forecasting can build highly accurate AI models in a fraction of the time and expense. No coding or data science skills are required to use the platform.
Powered by OneClick.ai Elias, a proprietary AI engine that creates custom deep learning models based on the customer’s data set, the software provides automated data processing, feature engineering, and model design, drastically reducing the time from idea to product. The software supports all data types (text, numerical, image) and automatically factors in seasonality, holiday, and trend effects. OneClick.ai’s Generalized Architecture Search (GAS) algorithm automatically designs and trains the champion models without manual intervention.
In addition to announcing the general availability of OneClick Forecast, OneClick.ai recently joined the IBM Marketplace, Map R Platform Partner program, NVIDIA Inception Program, and the Tableau Technology Partner program.
OneClick.ai is the first Automated Deep Learning platform that requires no data science background from users. The platform automatically builds, trains, and deploys custom AI models for applications like sales forecasting, fraud detection, customer retention, image classification, object recognition, recommendation systems and more. OneClick.ai is an official member of the Intel AI Builders program, Tableau Technology Partner program, NVIDIA Inception Program, Map R Platform Partner program and the IBM Marketplace. Funded by Sinovation Ventures, OneClick.ai is headquartered in the Seattle area with operations in the US and China.