Strong Teamwork and a Proven Platform Help Companies Scale and Coordinate Artificial Intelligence Solutions Across Their Business.
NNIT enters into partnership with 2021.AI focusing on life sciences and Danish companies in NNIT’s core segments; financial services, public organizations and manufacturing companies.
The new partnership fits with NNIT’s strategy to strengthen innovative offerings with a focus on AI as a means for improved competitiveness.
Established in November 2016, 2021.AI has grown into one of the most innovative Nordic companies with 80+ employees, headquartered in Copenhagen with sales and R&D in several locations globally.
According to the agreement, NNIT will go to market with the Grace AI Platform which was developed and delivered by the team of data scientists, computer engineers and IT architects from 2021.AI.
“Combining the strength of the successful entrepreneur and the leading provider of IT services and consultancy, we will collaborate to help clients take artificial intelligence (AI) to the next more mature level,” explains Brian Troelsen, Business Development Director, NNIT.
When a company embarks on a AI journey clear and measurable value creation happens in the production phase. With the Grace AI platform, companies can both develop, productionize and efficiently scale their AI models, by amongst many things standardize their development processes and workflows.
“Most companies want to move from “the pilot project mode” and find a way to scale AI initiatives while ensuring full AI governance and robust solutions, and our partnership is established to deliver this development,” Brian Troelsen explains.
Organizations wish to an increasing degree to get value from AI and apply it to their business challenges.
“Enterprises focus increasingly on how to use AI and automation as a means for cost optimization and improving revenue, harvesting value from their data by developing and productionizing AI models,” explains CEO Mikael Munck from 2021.AI. He continues:
“We look very much forward to working closely together with the experts from NNIT who come with a deep knowledge about highly regulated enterprises from e.g. the life sciences industry and the finance sector.”