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.