Yseop Pairs Up with Larsen & Toubro Infotech

Natural language generation (NLG) expert Yseop teamed up with technology consulting and digital solutions company Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI).

Yseop CEO Emmanuel Walckenaer said that the deal “significantly advances” the company’s NLG efforts while expanding its global reach.

Founded in 1997 as a subsidiary of India-based Larsen & Toubro Limited, LTI has operations in more than 30 countries. Through today’s partnership, LTI will provide Yseop’s NLG technology as part of its global project delivery services, offering the intelligent automation solution to more than 300 clients.

Harsh Naidu, Chief Business Officer of Banking and Financial Services at LTI said, “We are excited to partner with YSEOP to foster NLG adoption across a wide spectrum of use cases in banking, financial services, and other sectors. Our customers demand unprecedented experience of intelligent automation which we will be able to deliver by leveraging YSEOP’s unique NLG approach.”

Paris, France-based Yseop offers an AI platform that powers human-like interactions in customer support, sales, and reporting applications. The company demoed its Augmented Analyst last week at FinovateSpring. The demo video will be available soon.

Previously, Yseop demonstrated its business intelligence solution that turns data into written reports at FinovateFall 2015. The company has raised $3.4 million since it was founded 2007. Last month, Yseop announced that the solution it created for Société Générale won the award for most innovative initiative of the year at the 2019 Digital Finance Awards.

Finovate Alumni News

On Finovate

  • Holvi Expands to Five New European Markets.
  • Artivest Inks Deal with Institutional Investment Manager LaSalle.
  • BioCatch Brings on New Chief Revenue Officer.
  • Yseop Pairs Up with Larsen & Toubro Infotech.

Around the web

  • Inc. names Blend, Kabbage, Lendio, Plaid, Pendo, Signifyd, and Ripple among the best places to work.
  • Alt Coin Magazine interviews Steven Parker, Crypterium CEO.
  • Interactions‘ IVA was named the top virtual assistant in Speech Technology Magazine’s 2019 People’s Choice Awards.
  • Salt Edge Open Banking API now supports eIDAS PSD2 certificates.
  • NIIT Technologies launches Cognitive Service Desk Audit, a tool to help applications understand and interpret user needs through natural communication.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Finovate Alumni News

Around the web

  • Mitek recognized by Deloitte as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America.
  • FinDEVr alum Hyperwallet teams up with music and media rights company, USA Media Rights.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune adds Jack Henry & Associates to its Top Workplaces list.
  • Yseop wins Information Technology Innovation award from Ventana Research.
  • Liferay opens new office in Dubai.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

 

Finovate Alumni News

On Finovate.com

  • Pindrop Debuts Phoneprinting Technology with Lloyds Banking Group

Around the web

  • Malauzai Software teams up with Guardian Analytics, adding new fraud detection functionality to mobile banking apps.
  • Q2 launches Centrix Dispute Tracking System Fraud Alerts module.
  • UAE Exchange partners with Jumio for identity verification. Read our interview with Jumio CEO Stephen Stuut.
  • Edison TV interviews Martina King, Featurespace CEO, about the company’s ARIC Engine.
  • CoverHound launches CyberPolicy.com to help small businesses protect against cyber attacks.
  • Pendo Systems announces new application for Gainsight and CRM Systems.
  • Yseop to ship Narrative Charts to Information Builders.
  • GuardStreet and WellCard Savings launch products on Insuritas SmartCard insuretech digital platform.
  • Crowdfund Insider reports: Bitbond receives BaFin license.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Yseop’s Smart Business Intelligence Turns Data Into Written Reports

This post is part of our live coverage of FinovateFall 2015.

YseopLogoYseop showed how its business intelligence transforms data:

Yseop Smart BI is a Self-Service BI Tool that makes data speak. Businesses have automated data collection, storage, and visualization, but despite all of these investments, they still cannot draw insight from data in real time. Visualizations show you trends, but they don’t tell you what actions to take and why. This conventional process is too slow for the market, too expensive, and too laborious as data reserves grow. Yseop Smart BI turns data into written reports with just the click of a button. These Yseop-generated reports not only explain trends, identify outliers, and offer context, but also go further by offering advice and explaining why the advice was given. Yseop Smart BI turns big data into big revenue instantly.

Presenters: Arden Manning, SVP, global marketing; Mathieu Rauscher, director, pre-sales engineering

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Product Launch: September 2015
Metrics: Yseop is a privately owned company with offices in New York, Dallas, London, Paris, and Lyon servicing clients globally. Yseop’s largest customer has more than 12,000 staffers using Yseop’s software on a daily basis.
Product distribution strategy: Direct to Business (B2B); licensed

HQ: Dallas, Texas
Founded: 2010
Website: yseop.com
Twitter: @yseopai

Finovate Alumni News

On Finovate.com

  • “Last Call! FinovateFall Tickets Going … Going … “
  • “FinovateFall 2015: Mapping Fintech’s International Neighborhood”

Around the web

  • The Forrester Wave: Omnichannel Banking Solutions report recognizes Backbase as leader.
  • BizEquity signs contract with Security Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.
  • North American retailer Newegg chooses Payoneer to simplify its cross-border payments.
  • Zopa and Nostrum Group earn spots on The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 roster.
  • Philippine bitcoin-remittance service Rebit teams up with mobile money-transfer specialist, ZipZap.
  • Let’s Talk Payments looks at Wealthfront and Betterment in a discussion on the effectiveness of robo-advisers.

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

FinovateFall Sneak Peek: Yseop

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The Sneak Peek series looks at the innovators demoing live on stage at FinovateFall 2015. Be sure to pick up your tickets to our annual autumn conference, and we’ll see you in New York!

Yseop_logo_FF2015Yseop Smart BI’s Excel plug-in turns complex spreadsheets into written narrative and insight. With Yseop, understanding big data is as simple as clicking a button and reading.

Features of Yseop (easy-op):

  • First self-service software that writes like a human
  • Explains trends, outliers, and rationale behind recommendations
  • Writes in multiple languages, and at speeds of thousands of pages per second.

Why it’s great
Data-visualization tools can show you trends, but only Yseop Smart BI can explain what your data means, what actions to take, and why—all in real time!

Presenters

Yseop_A_Manning_FF2015Arden Manning, SVP Global Marketing
Manning has over a decade’s experience in public relations, marketing, and communications strategy. Manning has extensive experience in both the private and public sectors.
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Yseop_M_Rauscher_FF2015Matthieu Rauscher, Global Director of Pre-Sales Engineering
Rauscher has extensive experience working in the North American, Asian, and European markets. Rauscher’s technical and business administration background allow him to seamlessly interface with both technical and business worlds.
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Finovate Alums Win Leading Vendor Honors from MyPrivateBanking Research

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eMoney Advisor, MicroStrategy, Yseop. What do these three companies have in common? In addition to being Finovate alums, all three were recognized by MyPrivateBanking Research as “leading vendors” in the field of digital solution providers for wealth managers and financial advisers.

The three companies join 12 others in MyPrivateBanking Research’s latest report “Digital and Mobile Solutions for Financial Advisers 2015”. The report focuses on innovations and technical contributions to the wealth management industry that take the form of “mobile apps, digital communications, and analytical and social media solutions.”

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Swiss-based MyPrivateBanking Research has for over a decade provided analysis on how financial services companies use the Internet, social media, and mobile to engage customers. The judging process for the report included looking at 45 different potential features for mobile apps, 15 factors in assessing digital communications technology, and eight features for social media solutions. The report includes analysis of each company and its technology, as well as “individual recommendations for each vendor on how to improve its offerings.”

From the report’s executive summary:

We see that traditional wealth managers cannot defend their business model against robo-advisers and other digital do-it-yourself tools by merely pointing out that their advisers offer a ‘human touch’ and specific banking know-how. They need to reinvent their business model from the ground up in order to arrive in the 21st century.

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eMoney Advisor was highlighted in the report in the mobile app category. eMoney Advisor made its Finovate debut at FinovateFall 2014, introducing a “reboot” of its wealth-planning system for financial advisers, EMX. The company was founded in 2000, and is headquartered in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Last month, eMoney Advisor announced that it had been acquired by Fidelity Investments for $250 million. Read our Finovate Debut post for eMoney Advisor.

Founded in 1989 and based in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia, MicroStrategy specializes in enterprise software. The company’s solutions range from its Business Intelligence (BI) platform to its Mobile Platform and Applications to Usher, the mobile identity network MicroStrategy unveiled at its Finovate appearance in San Francisco in the spring of 2013. Like eMoney Advisor, MicroStrategy was also recognized by MyPrivateBanking Research for its mobile app development platform.

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Yseop may seem an unlikely member of this trio; however, the company distinguished itself as a resource for financial managers in the “analytics, natural language generation and other solutions” category. An innovator in the field of putting artificial intelligence to use to support business operations, Yseop has developed technologies like Yseop Sales Force Productivity Suite (demoed at FinovateSpring 2014) and Yseop Financial Suite (demoed at FinovateFall 2013). The company was founded in 2008, and is headquartered in both Dallas, Texas, and Lyon, France. John Rauscher is CEO.

Also noted in the report were Finovate alums Crealogix (mobile apps), Temenos (mobile apps), and Narrative Science (analytics, natural language generation, and other solutions).

Alumni News– August 28, 2014

  • Finovate-F-Logo.jpgPymnts features PayPal’s OneTouch mobile payments app.
  • American Banker considers how banks are looking closely at how BillGuard uses geolocation to prevent fraud.
  • Taulia launches SupplierPay.org to help corporations support the White House’s SupplierPay initiative.
  • IBM and Monitise expand partnership to combine IBM’s sales and specialist resources with Monitise’s Mobile Money services.
  • Pymnts.com feature on lending shares observations on consumer credit from Lending Club.
  • Forbes column on natural language processing features Narrative Science and Yseop.
  • Wired.co.uk profiles BehavioSec in its Stockholm category of “Europe’s hottest startups” in 2014. See BehavioSec at FinDEVr this fall.
  • CopSonic joins the FIDO Alliance.
  • Markets Media features interview with Avoka CEO Phil Copeland.
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Alumni News– August 19, 2014

  • Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Finovate-F-Logo.jpgLivePlan launches its Black Widow update to enhance performance monitoring.
  • Bank Innovation looks at GoBank’s decision to shorten holding periods for mobile check deposits.
  • NICE Systems earns 2014 Star Performer award from Speech Technology magazine.
  • Top Image Systems partners with Allied Payment Networks to implement MobiPAY.
  • Time features ReadyForZero as 1 of 50 Best Websites for 2014.
  • Hiveage compares OnDeck, Kabbage, PayPal Working Capital, & CAN Capital Come see OnDeck at FinDEVr.
  • Quisk awarded US patent for enabling consumer activated security for a mobile payment system.
  • The Rude Baguette interviews Yseop CEO, John Rauscher.
  • New partnership brings Geezeo’s PFM solution to MEA’s native mobile banking platform. See Geezeo at FinovateFall 2014 in New York.
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.