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We are very proud to announce r4’s selection as one of only four 2019 Gartner “Cool Vendors” in AI Core Technologies. We believe this designation validates our technology as unique and leading-edge, and our “business outcomes as a service” strategy as the right one. r4’s model-based method of understanding markets and demand makes XEM the world’s first cross-enterprise management engine.
“Their capabilities support the ‘democratization of AI’ by bringing these technologies closer to the citizen workforce, allowing application on a wider variety of data and by helping to link business domains to achieve desired business outcomes.”
Gartner, regarding companies highlighted in “Cool Vendors in AI Core Technologies,” by Shubhangi Vashisth, Svetlana Sicular, Anthony Mullen, Chirag Dekate, Alex Pradhan and Erick Brethenoux, 16 May 2019.
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From the Blog
On r4 Being Named a Gartner Cool Vendor
by David Bradley, EVP Solutions
Each year, as part of its comprehensive research program, Gartner designates a select group of companies as Cool Vendors in established and emerging technology categories. Read >
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