Citrine Informatics announced the Citrine Platform has been recognized as the Best AI-Powered Big Data Platform by the 2019 Tech Ascension Awards.
The technological innovation behind the Citrine Platform dramatically reduces the time and cost of materials and chemicals development by combining materials-specific data handling and storage, scalable compute for AI and data processing, along with modular composable AI units optimized to predict materials behavior. The Citrine Platform has helped some of the world’s largest organizations, including chemicals and product companies, hit overall R&D milestones in 50-70% percent less time than originally forecast and has enabled totally new materials product lines.
The Tech Ascension Awards recognized the very best innovations in big data for 2019. In the inaugural year of the Tech Ascension Awards, over 50 cutting-edge companies submitted, and only a handful were selected that stood above the rest. The Tech Ascension awards judged applicants based on technology innovation and uniqueness, market research (analyst reports, media coverage, customer case studies), hard performance stats, and competitive differentiators. The class-leading vendors that received recognition from the Tech Ascension Awards proved their technology solves critical industry challenges and produces invaluable business outcomes for their customers.
“Our team is proud to be recognized as an artificial intelligence leader by the technology industry,” said Greg Mulholland, CEO, Citrine Informatics. “Our platform customers are creating a new generation of green, efficient, performant materials and chemicals faster than ever before. Our mission is to push the industry forward and to continue to enable sustainable innovation across one of the largest and most important industries globally.”
“The Citrine AI Platform represents a unique, cutting-edge use case for AI. The Citrine platform is the only AI technology designed to handle the advanced complexities of materials and chemicals – complexities that general-purpose AI platforms simply cannot handle as effectively or efficiently,” said David Campbell, CEO, Tech Ascension Awards.