vPhrase is one of the key players reported in the Natural Language Generation (NLG) Market Outlook 2021 Research by Report Ocean. The report provides in-depth updates on the Global NLG Market Size, Status, Forecast till 2026 and includes COVID-19 Impact Analysis based on market segments and regions.
Srishti Mittal – Solutions Head at vPhrase Analytics, shares valuable insights on how data analytics can empower managers to make data-driven decisions with confidence. This Leadership Talk was part of the Ignite webinar series hosted by the T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) for their students.
Neerav Parekh – CEO & Founder, vPhrase Analytics, joins an esteemed panel of speakers at the Impetus 2020: Global Summit on Artificial Intelligence in Journalism and talks about how Robot Journalism is transforming and positively disrupting the way news is generated, produced, published, and shared.
The Power of Ideas is a program conceptualized and championed by – the Department of Science and Technology (DST) of the Government of India, The Economic Times, and CIIE.CO. vPhrase Analytics is in the list of Ideas Boosted for its use of AI to structure data, derive insights, and present the reader with humanized, targeted narratives that help companies make their reports easier to understand.
With every area of financial services having to analyze and report some form of data, Natural Language Generation (NLG) is now used to automate repetitive and time-consuming workflows. Neerav Parekh talks about the use of NLG by CIOs, Data Analysts, Portfolio Managers, and Compliance Officers to gain competitive advantage and effectively save resources for high-value tasks.
Vivek Mishra – Product Head at vPhrase Analytics, joins the Intel on AI podcast to talk about the firm’s close collaboration with Intel engineers through the Intel AI Builders program. He describes how Phrazor gives every enterprise the ability to analyze and visualize their data in a single, easy-to-use platform.
vPhrase ranked 6th on the India AI Top-50 list of startups across industries, leveraging the power of AI to deliver value to enterprises, and bringing about unprecedented developments.
AI-enabled platform, Phrazor, is tracking regional outbreaks of COVID-19 through live-analysis and sharing real-time insights using Natural Language Generation technology. The insights are available in easy-to-understand updates written in English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, and Telugu.
vPhrase is using its proprietary, AI-powered, Natural Language Generation (NLG) technology, Phrazor, to democratize COVID-19 data through easy-to-understand updates on the pandemic. At a time when there is too much information flowing through multiple channels and media, vPhrase wants to keep crucial data straightforward and impactful with insights written by Phrazor.
“COVID-19 data is readily available but it is merely numbers to most. People find it difficult to make sense of information where a lot is left to their interpretation. With Phrazor Insights we do live analysis of data from credible sources and publish bite-sized insights using natural language generation.” – Neerav Parekh, CEO.
AI-powered NLG leader, vPhrase adds Financial Services Leader Motilal Oswal Financial Services Ltd. to their roster of clients and expands its operations to Pune. Phrazor, a Natural Language Generation (NLG) platform will power MOFSL to create personalized multi-lingual reports at the speed of thought to eliminate the barrier of language and offer unique customer experience to its investors.
“This investment is an important milestone in our journey. It’s a big vote of confidence from two highly respected venture capital firms – Bharat Innovation Fund and Falcon Edge Capital and will help us scale our team, strengthen our products and expand into new geographies.” – Neerav Parekh, CEO.
Phrazor by vPhrase is among the most cost-effective, homegrown BI tools that are nipping at the heels of BI leaders in the world.
Besides the biggies in the BI space such as — SAP, Microsoft, TIBCO Software, there is a slew of new BI tools in the market, touting predictive modelling, the ability to simplify complex datasets and cost-effectiveness as the unique differentiator. Phrazor, the AI platform can convert structured data, analyses it and generates insights which can be used for effective decision-making.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making inroads into various aspects of human life. Remarkably, AI is now being used in the newsroom to write a variety of data-driven stories as well; stories related to company earnings, crime, price trends and finance, among others. So, how exactly does AI work?
vPhrase (India) automatically summarises data from various financial sources into key insights for data-driven decisions to help relationship managers who serve small and medium businesses to create credit proposals and review statements. This tool can reduce the time taken to create these documents by 30%.
Microsoft, the world’s biggest software maker, and technology-consulting giant Accenture are joining forces to support vPhrase and other Indian start-ups as well as tap their innovations.
vPhrase Analytics is demystifying the visualization landscape by drumming smart insights alongside text that makes the job of analyzing easier.
“We are fortunate to have the opportunity to tap into the immense innovation potential that exists in India”
Nomura identifies vPhrase among 8 startups to build solutions for capital markets & investment banking
“Rapidly evolving technologies are transforming the way we operate, and this wave of technological disruption is poised to reshape the industry.”
“Ideally your reports should tell you not just what has happened but also why did it happen and what needs to be done about it.”
“Every company has to send performance reports to its employees or customers. The focus of our venture is to help companies communicate the insights in their data to their people at scale.”
Meet PHRAZOR, a robot that converts incomprehensible graphs into interesting stories and talking points
“Graphs, pie-charts and infographics were invented to make dry reports come alive and become more palatable. Ironically, however, people find themselves frowning as if in deep pain and throwing their hands in the air in exasperation at a Venn diagram that has too many circles for its own good.”