Fusionex shortlisted by Gartner for its progressive and specific information platform

Top dog data technology supplier Fusionex has actually been shortlisted in international research study as well as consultatory firm Gartner’s 2018 record on “Various other Suppliers to Consider for Modern Analytics and BI”.

In its report, Gartner cited GIANT as a quick time-to-insight system as well as an end-to-end option with functions ranging from information prep work and visualization to predictive and also authoritative analytics. The record took place to claim that A&BI systems like GIANT were recognized for their user friendly collection of devices, which sustain a full series of analytics process as well as self-service capacities that improves the effectiveness of a company’ IT department. GIANT’s Smart Inquiry feature was additionally complimented for making it possible for “individuals to ask inquiries in natural language and also gain split second understandings.”

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Fusionex Owner as well as Team Chief Executive Officer Ivan Teh claimed, “We are honored that Fusionex was stated in Gartner’s report. Our team is committed to proceed improving our offerings to better serve our fast-growing client base.”

Fusionex is functioning towards enhancing GIANT’s capabilities with a focus on sophisticated analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Fusionex was invited to the Gartner Data & Analytics Top 2019 in Sydney, Australia to display its TITAN, Expert System (AI), Artificial Intelligence, as well as Internet of Points (IoT) services, which includes streaming analytics. Fusionex Taking Care Of Director of New Technologies Jacob Isaac was an audio speaker at the occasion as well as shared how Artificial Intelligence is a vital aspect for organizations in leading the worldwide modern technology race.

Concerning Fusionex

Fusionex is a recognized multi-award winning information modern technology provider focusing on Analytics, Big Data, the Net of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Expert System. Its offerings are concentrated on assisting clients capture, shop, procedure, examine and also understand large quantities of structured and unstructured information. Featured on Forbes, Bloomberg, Gartner, IDC, Forrester, Edison as well as Huffington Article, Fusionex is the largest Big Data Analytics business and market leader in ASEAN. To get more information concerning Fusionex, https://www.fusionexgiant.com/

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AI and machine learning with Fusionex Ivan Teh

KUALA LUMPUR: It has been more than a year since the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) initiative was launched in Malaysia and although public attention was only revived a week ago during the launch of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s first regional office here, several local companies have already been hard at work making the ambitious project a reality.

The awarding of the contract was announced in November last year and according to Fusionex, has since been up and running with more than 3,000 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) on board currently.

“More and more of [these companies] are starting to appreciate that it is important to level up and capitalise on the robust growth in e-commerce and the export market,” said Datuk Seri Ivan Teh, founder and chief executive officer of Fusionex.

He added that many local SMEs that Fusionex has spoken to are receptive, open-minded and cognisant of the global language.

“They are open and want to embrace technology as long as it’s easier, faster, better, and more cost-effective than the status quo. In short, they are constructive but might be facing challenges in areas such as market access, funds, modern skills and technology. This is where DFTZ’s e-Services can assist them,” Teh told The Edge Financial Daily in an email exchange.

The platform is key to realising the e-World Trade Platform (eWTP) that has been one of Alibaba’s key initiatives under the DFTZ banner and aims to provide Malaysian SMEs access to global consumers via e-commerce.

“The e-Services platform functions as a one-stop digital trade facilitation platform, that is integrated with a multitude of business service platforms, e-marketplaces, government agencies, logistics providers, freight forwarders, agents, SMEs and other service providers,” said Teh.

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The platform aims to “bridge the gap in terms of know-how, reduce costs, as well as avoid or minimise unnecessary delays and encumbrances associated with the old way of manually doing things,” he said, adding that it is meant to be highly scaleable and inclusive.

According to Teh, the platform is powered by big data technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning and is “designed to help merchants — regardless of shape and size — to level the playing ground, and do so without incurring exorbitant costs”.

Fusionex is also riding on the strength of Alibaba Cloud, what with being the latter’s official strategic partner in this region.

“They are a great, committed partner,” Teh said of Alibaba Cloud, noting that the collaboration is synergistic as the latter “has a great cloud offering, whereas Fusionex is a leader in big data technology, AI and machine learning with a strong international reputation.”

While Fusionex may not be a household name to most Malaysians, it has certainly made waves overseas. The company had, until July last year, been listed on London’s Alternative Investment Market.

However, Teh had decided to take the company private after five years on the market due to what he reportedly said was a persistently undervalued stock.

Without disclosing any figures, Teh shares that Fusionex has “invested significantly” and will continue to invest as it is fully committed to ensuring the success of the e-Services platform.

He did not reveal the names of the group’s partners in its consortium, but that they are local players with the relevant expertise and experience.

“e-Services will be an open platform that welcomes multiple business service providers, be it forwarding agents, logistics players, and of course very importantly, good local SMEs with great Malaysian products.”

“The cost benefits and efficiencies these players enjoy would ultimately trickle down to consumers [in the form of] faster, more efficient and more cost-effective products and fulfilment,” he said. https://www.bharian.com.my/bisnes/korporat/2017/09/330596/fusionex-alibaba-cloud-pacu-transformasi-digital-asean

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