Report analyzes 35 AI/ML platforms being used to develop AI applications and make teams more productive
AUSTIN, TX / ACCESSWIRE / April 11, 2022 / CognitiveScale, the company leading AI Engineering and
Hyper-personalization, announced its inclusion in Forrester’s Now Tech: AI/ML Platforms, Q1
2022 Report. The report from Forrester Research, Inc. looks at 35 AI/ML platforms that are used
to develop scalable AI applications, make cross-functional AI teams more productive, and tap
into the latest ML innovations.
The business case for AI is clear, yet businesses struggle when it comes to operationalizing and
proving outcomes. For AI to have a transformative impact, it needs to be industrialized. That
means putting aside the one-off solutions and establishing proven AI engineering practices —
standardized building blocks, tools, and processes that make it easier to drive value faster, and
in a way that scales.
Forrester states in the report “The core focus of AI/ML platform vendors is to make AI teams
more productive — to create and operationalize more machine learning models faster with less
friction at the various hand-offs across the AI lifecycle. Enterprise buyers increasingly expect
AI/ML platform vendors to expand the scope of the AI lifecycle to include tools to build full-blown
applications that include user interfaces, process flows, and/or orchestration of multiple ML
models.” This report provides an overview of the market landscape for technology decision
“We are pleased to be included in Forrester’s Now Tech: AI/ML Platforms, Q1 2022 report,” said
Bob Picciano, CEO of CognitiveScale. “We believe this recognition by Forrester is a validation
of our AI Engineering strategy and the market acceptance of AI’s direction. CognitiveScale is
well-positioned to give organizations the platform they need to connect data, orchestrate &
operationalize models, and compose AI applications with deep context around end customers to
drive more impactful engagement.”
Read the full report here: Now Tech: AI/ML Platforms, Q1 2022 report.