AI is Artificial Intelligence -NOT Accidental Intelligence

Pam Roman

By Matt Garst, Prolifics Head of Sales, NA

AI is “artificial intelligence” not “accidental intelligence”. Every organization must embrace AI as a fundamental component in each aspect of their business but it must be done correctly from the start. Before even thinking about tools you must start with a modern and adaptive governance practice. AI only works if you trust the data feeding the engine and allows for effective decision intelligence.

You must then have a strategy in place to embed AI into your applications and processes. Making AI part of the design of new applications or modernization of existing ones allows for the analysis of data much quicker and seamless for the end user. Some key areas to focus on are:

  • Enhanced Customer Experience
  • Process/Task Automation
  • IT Operations
  • Self Integrating Apps
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Behavioral Analytics
  • Security & Risk Management
  • Virtual Assistants
  • Fraud Detection/Prevention

Prolifics has a core set of capabilities and offerings that will help at every step of your data and analytics journey. We start with a set of workshops designed to frame out the business needs and to chart your journey to success. Additionally, we have frameworks which set a critical foundation in place which is necessary to achieve successful business results along the way.

Learn more at solutions@prolifics.com

About the Author

Matt Garst leads sales for Digital Automation and Cloud Solutions for Prolifics. Matt has over 20 years of experience in sales in the information technology industry. Most recently, he was responsible for the IBM software business within the US Army and Missile Defense Agency. Prior to his role at IBM, he was the Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Enterprise Information Management, where he led a sales team focused on software and professional services. Matt began his career as a soldier in the U.S. Army where he served six years in the Infantry.