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Cutting-edge AI and IoT solutions for the digital age

February 2024 IT in Manufacturing

Convergence Partners company, inq. has announced a value proposition involving extensive edge artificial intelligence and IoT, together with the Edgedock data insights, to transform business operations across a wide range of sectors. The integrated offering combines edge computing with AI to bring real-time data processing and intelligent decision making to the forefront of South African businesses.

The suite includes:

• Vision AI to provide advanced video analytics powered by AI and machine learning.

• Doc AI that uses area-specific deep learning optical character recognition to upload scanned documents or images of any type, and extract the required fields to map them into a spreadsheet or database.

• Software development that custom develops solutions and products for clients to enhance business operations.

For its part, Edgedock provides powerful AI and software solutions to help organisations address their security and digitisation challenges. The solutions in this stable are powered by machine learning, AI, robotic process automation, cloud computing and edge computing.

“These solutions represent a significant leap in technological innovation, tailored to meet the unique challenges and opportunities of the South African market,” says Ralph Berndt, sales and marketing director at inq. SA. “We are committed to empowering businesses with real-time insights and intelligent automation, driving efficiency, and fostering growth in a rapidly evolving digital landscape. Our edge AI and IoT solutions provide organisations with the means to affect real change in their environments by harnessing the power of AI and data analytics at scale. We enable businesses to stay ahead in a competitive global environment.”

For more information contact inq. South Africa, 086 117 9739, sales@inq.co.za, www.inq.co.za




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