Crayon Invests Heavily in World-Leading AI and ML Practice
The Crayon AI Center of Excellence Will Provide Comprehensive Innovative Technology Solutions for Global Customers.
Crayon, the global leader in Software and Cloud Analytics, cloud and volume licensing, and associated consulting services announced its Artificial Intelligence (AI) Center of Excellence, which includes AI and Machine Learning as well as Blockchain emerging technology solutions.
With a presence in 24 markets worldwide, Crayon’s AI advisors are projected to expand to 500 over the next two to three years. The recent hire of Elin Hauge will help to demystify artificial intelligence to assist enterprises in implementing AI solutions.
“I am looking forward to working with the very skilled, forward-thinking AI team at Crayon,” Hauge said. “I will help customers create solutions that give real business value and work with partners to create outstanding solutions for our customers.”
Crayon will offer Data Workshops, Readiness Assessments, Business Value Assessments, Maturity Assessments, and Proof of Concept engagements in the following practice areas: Enterprise Content Management, Collaboration, AI and Machine Learning, and Blockchain.
“We want to help companies leverage these innovative technologies to improve company strategy and innovate overall business practice. The curiosity and interest of these innovative technologies such as AI, ML, and Blockchain is very apparent and Crayon is at the fore-front of offering solutions to provide transformative customer impact,” said Glenn Orcutt, Crayon US CEO.
Crayon has deployed AI and ML for customers across multiple market sectors including legal and justice, energy and infrastructure services, environment and health and safety, and, most recently, healthcare. Crayon has impacted the healthcare industry by delivering advances in homomorphic encryption to allow for analytics to be performed on encrypted data to protect sensitive personal information and to revolutionize the detection and speed of treatment for certain types of cancer.
“Companies do not change the world; people change the world, and that is why we offer solutions in collaboration and AI and ML to empower our customers to impact real-world situations,” said Justin Current, Crayon US VP of Services.