Focus Softnet Launches AI Platform To Enhance Business

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  • AIFA is an advanced, automated platform that aims to enhance business, increase productivity, and reduce investment in human training
  • AIFA helps in marking the automatic attendance of employees using AI face recognition feature
  • Focus AIFA can be reached through a phone call, mobile app, website, Alexa, Google Home, Facebook and WhatsApp
  • Top executives can use it as a data mining tool to get quick access to information they need
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Focus Softnet has announced the launch of its Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform, AIFA (Artificially Intelligent Futuristic Applications). It is an advanced, automated platform that aims to enhance business, increase productivity, and reduce investment in human training. 

About the new advanced platform

The most defining capability of the new AI platform is that it is not just a work assistant but can work as a customer service executive as well. Customers can access their data, and get answers to basic questions such as balance, limit, the due date of bills, last payment, service request, location request. AIFA can work 24 hours, 365 days of the year.

AIFA has inbuilt accelerated computing for extreme performance and big data workloads. End-users can use AIFA to get information about the product, bills, statements, services, the status of service requests and other such information. Top executives can use AIFA as a data mining tool to get quick access to information they need, in any format such as voice, text, and reports.

AIFA also helps in marking the automatic attendance of employees using AI face recognition feature and gets integrated with any Payroll & Attendance system. The Robotic Process Automation (RPA) feature in AIFA allows organizations to automate routine tasks that can be integrated with business applications. Further, it also helps in contributing to the increase in sales by getting maximum information of walk-in customers in retail sales. 

AIFA can be used in most popular languages. It can provide analytics for questions asked. The end-user company can use this to identify areas that need improvement. Focus AIFA can be reached through a phone call, mobile app, website, Alexa, Google Home, Facebook, WhatsApp, and other such platforms and devices.

“With CIOs and IT managers under pressure to do more with fewer funds, AIFA as a workforce assistant can be used across multiple departments and across multiple roles,” said Ali Hyder, Group CEO of Focus Softnet.

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