Celaton has been named a “Cool Vendor” by global analysts Gartner in their 2016 report on
Smart Machines. The report written collaboratively by Tom Austin, Frances Karamouzis, Bruce Robertson, Magnus Revang, Alexander Linden, Cathy Tornbohm and Brian Manusama evaluates interesting, new and innovative vendors, products and services in the smart machine market.
Andrew Anderson, CEO of Celaton said “It is an honour to be named a Gartner “Cool Vendor” and a wonderful recognition of the work we do in artificial intelligence and in the belief and commitment of my team who never lost faith that we could achieve what was previously out of reach.”
The information provided in the report is of value to all organisations looking to invest in smart machine technology to transform their operations and processes.
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