Seek AI, a Data Analytics Provider, Unveils a new B2B SaaS Platform


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Seek AI Inc., a provider of data analytics platforms, has just introduced a brand-new business-to-business software-as-a-service platform that automates the routine, repetitive work that data professionals in many organizations perform.

With the new platform, data teams will be able to automate and manage database query projects, increasing productivity, particularly for sales and marketing objectives. The platform makes use of artificial intelligence to decrease errors and boost productivity from a company’s data team, allowing them to complete projects more quickly and for less money.

The platform is supported by sophisticated deep-learning foundation models with hundreds of billions of parameters, according to Seek AI.

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