BNP Paribas, Moody’s among firms behind “intelligent reporting automation” launch

Yseop, an AI software company using Natural Language Generation (NLG), announced the launch of Augmented Analyst, an enterprise-wide automated report generation platform. Stemming from the imperative to move away from high-cost individual point solutions, Yseop leveraged over 10 years of experience in the field and invested into an R&D program, working closely with firms such as Moody’s and BNP Paribas to develop the platform.

Built on advanced AI technologies, the platform draws insight from structured data, translating them into clearly written reporting narratives. The technology is praised by end-users for the high quality of the human-like language output, according to a company statement. Headquartered in Paris, Yseop works with clients across Europe and the United States, including financial firms such as Credit Agricole, SocGen, Moody’s, BNP Paribas as well as Oracle in the technology sector.

Deployments are measured in weeks, and the platform can scale from 1 to dozens of the most complex report automation processes, exponentially increasing ROI benefits for a lower total cost of ownership. Based on actual ROI findings collected across over 100 successful Yseop projects, scaling from single use case applications to enterprise-wide deployments could translate into billions in savings for the financial and pharmaceutical industries.

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