Starmind, the high-growth AI SaaS company that enables enterprises to harness human knowledge and expertise to unlock greater productivity has been named a 2019 Gartner Cool Vendor in AI and won Deloitte’s Fast 50 Technology Challenge Award.
Starmind’s patented AI recognized by Deloitte Fast 50
The Deloitte Fast 50 Challenge Award rewards pioneering scale-ups that will impact the future of our economy. Winners convince the jury with unique, future-oriented, and innovative solutions that tackle digital business challenges.
The award recognizes Starmind’s innovative patented AI technology that helps businesses unlock the wealth of deep human intelligence that can’t be found in documented information, e.g. intel in a messaging platform or in documents.
Starmind joins innovators including Slack and Dropbox to receive ‘Cool Vendor’ status
The Gartner Cool Vendors award for AI for Digital Dexterity and Digital Workplace recognizes innovative AI vendors which drive greater efficiencies and deliver better business outcomes. Starmind joins global innovators that have disrupted and reshaped entire industries, such as Slack, Dropbox and Instagram; each past recipients of the Cool Vendor status.
“We’re thrilled Starmind’s technology and mission has been recognized by such prestigious awards,” comments Oliver Muhr, CEO, Starmind. “There is a significant growth opportunity for enterprises that use AI to unlock their organizational knowledge. Our goal is to arm individuals within the modern enterprise with the power of 1,000 or more human brains — this helps people reach their full potential and organizations to create high-performing, cross functional teams.”
To date, Starmind has made more than 700 million knowledge connections worldwide at organizations such as Accenture, Telefónica and MunichRe, yielding over $1.4bn in productivity for its customers. It secured $15m in series A funding in 2018 and holds a patent for its AI technology.
Starmind unlocks real-time access to undocumented human knowledge, empowering people to leverage the collective human intelligence of networks, in real-time and with the right experts. Starmind believes the combined capabilities of humans is greater than any computing power available. Using self-learning algorithms that mimic the brain, we enable connections to people, skills, knowledge and solutions within corporations, communities, and the world at large. Starmind has tier-1 customers in over 100 countries including global consulting companies, leading automotive and engineering companies, Bayer, Telefónica, Swisscom, Munich Re, as well as knowledge networks in the United Nations (UN) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).