DenArthur Analytics Ltd., a prominent provider of secure, telecom-grade data warehousing solutions, has announced a strategic partnership with Findability Sciences, a global award-winning enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) company.
The collaboration aims to deliver state-of-the-art AI solutions geared at empowering Caribbean enterprises to make informed, data-driven decisions and enhance their competitiveness on the global stage.
The Caribbean, which is poised for significant advancements in AI development, is projected to witness a substantial activities in its AI market, which is expected to value US$44.86 million by the close of 2023.
The partnership leverages DenArthur Analytics’ expertise in secure data warehousing solutions and Findability Sciences’ proficiency in developing and deploying acclaimed AI solutions, promising to revolutionise business operations across the region.
Ryan Simons, founder and CEO of DenArthur Analytics Ltd., emphasising the transformative potential of the partnership, said: “This partnership is a game-changer for the Caribbean. Together, we can provide businesses with the tools they need to unlock the value of their data. We can equip top-level management to make comparative analyses – year-on-year, quarter-over-quarter, month-to-month – and assess business results against targets to inform strategic decisions and pave the way for sustainable growth. That is the true power of data.”
Anand Mahurkur, founder and CEO of Findability Sciences, in echoing Simons’ enthusiasm, said: “We are thrilled to partner with DenArthur Analytics to bring our award-winning AI solutions to the Caribbean market. Together, we are committed to helping businesses leverage the power of AI to transform their operations.” Findability Sciences, recognised by Fortune Magazine as one of the most innovative companies in the U.S., will make its Caribbean debut through this partnership.
The collaboration will focus on tailoring AI solutions to meet the specific needs and challenges of Caribbean businesses, spanning industries such as FinTech, telecommunications, and distribution. Potential applications include healthcare, with the ability to predict disease outbreaks, provide telemedicine, and offer personalised patient care; finance – addressing fraud detection and automating customer service to enhance accessibility; and agriculture – aiding in weather forecasting, crop disease prevention, and yield optimisation, crucial for areas susceptible to hurricanes.
“We believe that AI has the potential to revolutionise the Caribbean economy,” remarked Simons. “This partnership uniquely positions DenArthur to continue being an instrument of tremendous modernisation. By empowering businesses with AI-driven data insights, we can help them create jobs, improve productivity, efficiency and agility, and enhance their competitiveness on the global stage.”