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“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.”

vPhrase provides insights from data

“It’s a humongous task for companies to go through enormous data, and interpret them. What if there is some software that explains the insights of data in words?”

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“Instead of appointing humans to read through piles of data to pick out insights, vPhrase has created a product that does the job for you with a human-like script.”

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“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.”

Breaking code to make data narrate stories

“Visualisations are not insight, you need to interpret visualisations to draw insights from them. Our platform helps companies convert data into insightful and actionable stories.”

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“Phrazor, is aimed at automating the process of interpreting data and communicating insights.”

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“vPhrase, is an AI-based data analytics platform that helps businesses make their reports easier to comprehend.”

vPhrase is coming up with disruptive innovation using Phrazor

”vPhrase is revolutionising the way insights are communicated from data.“

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“vPhrase, helps companies make their data easier to understand.”

Meet the AI startup that translates everyday graphs into captivating stories

“If you want Google Home for your house, you’ll want vPhrase’s Phrazor for the office.”

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.”