Almawave S.p.A., an Almaviva Group company listed on the Euronext Growth Milan market (Ticker: AIW) and an Artificial Intelligence (AI), natural language analysis and Big Data services leader, and Microsoft Italia have signed an agreement which seeks to promote generative Artificial Intelligence for Enterprise applications, to optimize the management of data and the navigation of content.
The agreement, which also includes Almawave’s entry into the Cloud Region Partner Alliance as a Premium Partner, will see technology and expertise integrate to perfect the management of information and interactions with citizens and customers. The project has three initial areas of application: speech analytics, automatic reporting and knowledge management, leveraging company information and data, which will be followed by further uses.
“The journey is just beginning,” says Valeria Sandei, Almawave CEO. “The combination of Microsoft’s generative technologies and Almawave’s composite AI model will immediately create significant opportunities, exploiting the new capabilities offered by generative AI to the fullest and offering customers spend optimization, source control and data and information governance. For many years, driven by our corporate mission focused on natural interaction with business systems, we have been investing in spoken and written language processing technologies to bring tangible benefits by optimizing the user experience and targeting data, information and application development management consistent with the regulatory criteria that serve as a guide and benchmark for the challenges of our time.”
“This agreement with Almawave confirms Microsoft’s commitment to offering companies the very best generative AI-based technology to support them in their growth. The AI sector is experiencing strong growth, and partnering with specialized companies means we can ensure faster accessto new technologiesfor more and more businesses, thereby contributing to and accelerating the digital transformation of the whole country,” adds Vincenzo Esposito, Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Italia.