Groundbreaking AI Solution, AutoQL, Launches on Spira Platform Thanks to Spira Data Corp. and Chata Partnership
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Spira Data Corp. (“Spira”) and Chata have announced a strategic partnership to offer conversational AI for data access within Spira’s existing industry-leading Operations Resource Platform (ORP).
This partnership brings together two Alberta companies who are technology leaders in their respective industries. Spira’s patented mobile and field technology, along with Chata’s natural language-driven data on demand system, AutoQL, will change how field data is viewed by end users. The accessibility and ease of data extraction has never been seen before.
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Chata recently announced the launch of AutoQL on Microsoft Azure, while Spira is a certified Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Both companies leverage Microsoft-based technology to build and provide best-in-class, scalable solutions for customers.
ABOUT SPIRA: Spira was founded in 2004 to address the complex challenge of digitally collecting and managing operational billing and payroll data generated from remote locations. With the growing volume of manually recorded data associated with remote labor, equipment and materials in “off-line” environments, Spira developed the ORP™, an innovative software platform to address this unique requirement. Spira’s ORP™ serves markets across North America, with clients in the well servicing, drilling and completions, production testing, construction, fluid hauling, safety, excavating, daylighting and concrete pouring businesses. Where needs exist to capture and transmit field data, Spira brings value-added operational, reporting, and risk-management capabilities, which facilitates streamlined operations, improved collections, top line growth, and competitive advantages.
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