Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Using AI and ML to deliver business insights

In today’s world, as ever-increasing amounts of data are generated each second, companies, patients and employees are seeking out new ways of using data to interact with the world around them in a more seamless, personalized and on-demand fashion. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) techniques can help discover new insights faster and more efficiently than ever before. But to harness these innovative technologies and meet the growing demand, companies need to strategically organize themselves around the right people, processes and technologies if they hope to achieve the performance they need at scale.

Why WWT for AI/ML?

We specialize in helping companies leverage AI and ML capabilities to deliver better customer experiences, reduce operational inefficiency and increase market competitiveness. We’ve helped many Fortune 100 and 500 companies successfully realize additional sources of profitability through AI/ML — and we can do the same for your business.

With more than 100 data scientists, engineers and consultants, Analytics & AI team is equipped with the technology and business expertise to execute AI/ML solutions wherever you need help — from strategy and roadmap generation through deployment and implementation.

Through project-based engagements, you’ll gain access to a team of experts who can arm you with the best tools and processes for managing data. Through regular and ad-hoc meetings, you’ll be actively involved in the creation of the deliverables, standing side by side with our experts to collaboratively build your future state vision along with the strategies to get you there.

Our data scientists and engineers have experience with the latest and greatest tools, software and platforms to accelerate your company’s data maturity efforts. We practice what we preach. By combining the capabilities of our Advanced Technology Center (ATC) with the expertise of our in-house AI R&D program, we’re constantly gaining hands-on experience with the newest technologies, discovering for ourselves their benefits and limitations before rolling them out to you, the customer.


Our approach

We take a phased approach to project-based engagements, with each phase typically lasting two to four months. Customers receive a set of carefully scoped deliverables at the end of each phase.

To begin, our experts host an ideation workshop to better understand your organization’s pain points and gaps. This initial workshop can consist of a single two-hour session or extend out over multiple working sessions to fully discover the use cases for which each business stakeholder is responsible.

Next, we iteratively develop short- and long-term strategies based on your current state assessment and future state vision.

Once we develop and deliver these strategies, our experts pride themselves on guiding you through implementation and deployment efforts.


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