Las Vegas, Nevada – November 29, 2017 – Today at AWS re:Invent 2017, the premier event for the global cloud computing community, C3.ai announced it has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Machine Learning Competency, which was unveiled during the AWS Global Partner Summit.
This latest designation from AWS makes C3.ai the first AWS Partner Network (APN) Partner to achieve AWS Competencies in three areas foundational to digital transformation: Machine Learning, Big Data, and the Internet of Things (IoT). C3.ai was recognized as an AWS IoT Competency Partner at AWS re:Invent in 2016, and a AWS Big Data Competency Partner in 2017.
C3.ai offers a tightly integrated platform as a service (PaaS) that empowers organizations to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives. The C3 Type System, found at the heart of all C3.ai products, allows data scientists to easily and intuitively access a unified data image, rapidly develop Machine Learning features and train predictive models, and seamlessly deploy these models into production applications.
C3.ai’s achievement of three AWS Competencies underscores its comprehensive technology. Customer successes include U.S. Air Force, Engie and Enel, as well as organizations in the Discrete Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Aerospace, Healthcare, Financial Services, and Travel and Transportation industries.
“We are very excited to have C3.ai join the Machine Learning Competency Program to help our customers spend less time preparing their data and more time creating intelligence,” said Joseph Spisak, Global Lead for Machine Learning Partnerships, Amazon Web Services, Inc.
“Achieving AWS Competencies in Machine Learning, Big Data, and IoT aligns with what we hear from our customers – that digital transformation occurs at the intersection of big data, Machine Learning/AI, and IoT,” said Ed Abbo, C3.ai President and Chief Technology Officer. “C3.ai leverages AWS to enable organizations to rapidly apply these innovative technologies to achieve productivity improvements, cost efficiencies, and higher levels of customer service.”
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