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speeds up AI to bring your ideas to reality in minutes, not months. oluvion by Mática will allow you to obtain, much more quickly than in the traditional way, actionable business knowledge from raw data, using AI to accelerate the advanced analysis procedure and allowing a quick approach and with less effort.

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Oluvion by Mática is automation of advanced end-to-end analytics.

Oluvion automates the data analysis in every step, from the data ingestion and preparation to the training, display and monitoring of models. It allows to reach conclusions quickly thanks to its rapid prototyping capability, while low quality models can be monitored in order to guarantee its continuous performance.

Data automation empowers all kind of users, reduces the entry barries for non-expert users or data scientists and allows the experts to focus on bigger impact optimizations. The standarisation of the data analysis process involves a better cooperation between different teams and allows a quicker and democratised use of data.

Functionality

Oluvion allows users to conduct science and data analysis automatically. It includes:

 

  • Data ingestion from diverse sources.

  • Show and refine "raw data" to obtain immediate information.

  • Clean and enrich data using leading-edge AI techniques.

  • Train advanced analytic models automatically.

  • Comparar el rendimiento y la interpretabilidad de distintos modelos.

  • Deploy models to production with just one click, so you do not need manual intervention or develop scripts.

  • Monitor and get alerts in real time for productive models.

  • Obtain proactive recommendations for monitored models.

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 would you like to multiply by ten your productivity in the development of advanced analytics?

would you like to reduce your mistakes thanks to the automation of E2E from your AI developments?

could you, not being a data scientist, participate in the development of machine learning models?

on the basis of a new source of data, could I reach quick conclusions as to the implementation of existing models?