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Day: March 22, 2022

Super.AI updates its Unstructured Data Processing platform

Super.AI announced the latest version of the company’s Unstructured Data Processing (UDP) Platform, to make it easier for global business services and IT departments to expand the scope and pace of intelligent automation.

Shared services centers typically deploy multiple point solutions for document processing, sensitive information redaction, and processing other forms of unstructured data such as emails, text, images, video, and audio. Super.AI’s UDP Platform unifies intelligent document processing (IDP), human-in-the-loop (HITL), redaction, and processing of any data type — reducing the number of platforms needed for intelligent automation. Enhancements in the latest release include:

  • Next-generation intelligent document processing (IDP) that utilizes artificial intelligence technology to deliver the highest quality results.
  • Efficient and accurate document, image, audio, and video redaction to streamline regulatory compliance and reduce risk.
  • Reimagined human-in-the-loop capabilities for data validation and labeling, allowing organizations to incorporate third-party and in-house experts into automation workflows.
  • 150+ quality control mechanisms built into the platform that guarantee output and ensure service level agreements (SLAs) are met.

Brightspot and ethinking partner to deliver CMS transformation

Brightspot, a content management system (CMS) provider, has announced a partnership with ethinking, a Berlin-based digital agency. Brightspot and ethinking will be partnering on their first joint customer project with RTL Luxembourg, a media organization in Luxembourg. In this joint project, both partners will work to migrate RTL Luxembourg’s current CMS to the next generation BrightspotCMS. Additional client updates include ethinking’s implementation of ‘XP Layer’ for the RTL Luxembourg user platform, headless low-code software developed to act as an interface between data sources and content channels.

With XP Layer, the CMS can be centrally controlled with websites, apps and other digital playout channels, and expanded and connected with all conceivable sources. The solution connects all necessary services and sources of a business-oriented platform, controlled by a widget-based construction kit, without requiring deep IT intervention.

Beyond the RTL Luxembourg project, both companies plan to continue future collaboration opportunities to bring Brightspot CMS and ethinking XP Layer to a wider net of content-focused organizations. This new project and subsequent initiatives come on the heels of Brightspot’s expansion to its ‘API-first capabilities’ partner program.

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