everis, a multinational business consultancy, and NVIDIA, a leading company in Artificial Intelligence (AI) computing, announced a global strategic alliance for the implementation, support and maintenance of AI solutions in companies in Latin America.
With this alliance, everis becomes the first NVIDIA partner in the region, making a complete virtual reality platform available to both companies' clients; AI applications for the most diverse economic sectors; and the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), leader in complex calculation processes, created especially for AI.
They will also present value solutions that will allow their clients to have access to the latest advances in AI. In this way, the NVIDIA GPU and the applications that everis develops for recognition of signatures on bank receipts, will offer preventive maintenance of servers; virtual assistants; automated analysis and decisions; as well as natural language processing; speech recognition; computer vision, search and optimization and; above all, deep learning.
Alberto Otero García, Americas Head of Artificial Intelligence at everis, commented “this alliance brings clear benefits to our clients, since two leading companies in Latin America come together, in the type of hardware and software necessary to provide solutions to real business challenges using artificial intelligence. " "We believe that leading organizations should embrace AI as a source of competitive advantage in the short term and as a way to survive in the long term."
For Marcio Aguiar, Development Manager of the Enterprise Area for Latin America at NVIDIA, the alliance represents an important advance in the AI market in the region, specifically, he explained: "One of the main missions of NVIDIA is the dissemination of its studies on Artificial Intelligence. With this alliance, in addition to offering exclusive AI solutions, we hope to raise awareness among companies in the region of its importance, while promoting it within the market. ”
This is the first alliance that aims to develop AI solutions for companies in Latin America.