Anagog’s Expansion Meets Growing Worldwide Demand for JedAI Applications in Banking, Automotive, Insurance and Other Markets
New York, October 18, 2018 – Anagog, a pioneer of on-device artificial intelligence solutions (Edge-AI), today announced its formal expansion into the U.S. and Asia-Pacific regions. Anagog has opened its U.S. Headquarters in New York City and appointed Gil Bolotin as its VP of Business Development there. In addition, the company announced its partnership with Singapore-based AccelerAsia to support Anagog’s significant sales opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region.
“The need for intelligent privacy-based edge-AI solutions is not limited by geographies, and it’s fueling our company’s growth. That’s why we’re committed to accelerating our presence in North America and Asia,” said Ofer Tziperman, CEO of Anagog. “Organizations around the world understand the need for consumer privacy, but they also want to provide accurate, personalized contextually aware and geo-targeted services to their customers. With our JedAI solution, we’re making it possible to address both of these needs in one on-device solution.”
In his new role, Mr. Bolotin will be responsible for U.S. business and operations. Prior to joining Anagog, Mr. Bolotin worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Company, where he advised clients on activities from strategy, growth and advanced analytics to artificial intelligence, digital transformation and operations. Gil previously worked as a consultant at Deloitte, advising financial institutions in Israel and Europe and consulting on risk management projects and operations. He holds a degree in business and finance, as well as an MBA from the University of Chicago.
AccelerAsia is a business development firm that drives the expansion of fast-growing tech companies into Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. With offices in Singapore, Dubai, Jakarta and Melbourne, a team of highly experienced international business builders, and a well-established network in the region, AccelerAsia has helped more than 40 companies take their first steps in these burgeoning markets over the past eight years.
Southeast Asia has some of the highest mobile penetration rates in the world, with the number of mobile connections compared to population being the greatest of any region.
Frank Bomers, Partner at AccelerAsia, said: “Asia-Pacific has witnessed a huge growth in mobile usage over the years, and it’s a market that is modernizing rapidly across all verticals, where enterprises are looking at new ways to acquire, engage and retain customers using mobile intelligence. There could not be a better time for Anagog’s innovative deep learning and analytics to be introduced to the Asian market, and we’re delighted at the prospect of working together to make this happen.”
Anagog’s flagship product, JedAI, is currently integrated into more than 100 different apps around the globe. Multiple apps are now integrating JedAI, including automotive, banking, insurance and retail organizations. Backed by tier-one investors including some of the world’s automotive OEMs — including Daimler, Porsche and Skoda — Anagog has developed multiple innovations and has already filed more than 20 patents with 10 more in the pipeline. The company is fielding many requests for its technology from high-growth areas.
Anagog is the pioneer of on-device artificial intelligence solutions that turn mobile phones into personal data engines, all while fiercely protecting each user’s privacy. By gathering and analyzing user behavior collected by the phone’s built-in sensors, Anagog’s AI solution understands the user’s location, activity and more, enabling prediction of future movements, and offering up contextual services that improve the user experience. Anagog’s technology is implemented in more than 20 million handsets globally and integrated into more than 100 mobile apps, collecting billions of anonymized data points each day. For more information please visit: www.anagog.com
AccelerAsia is a business development firm that drives the expansion of fast-growing tech companies into Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. AccelerAsia Ventures is its hands-on investment arm. With offices in Singapore, Dubai, Jakarta, and Melbourne, a team of highly experienced international business builders, and a well established network in the region, AccelerAsia has helped — since its inception in 2010 — more than 40 companies take their first steps in these burgeoning markets. For more information please visit: www.accelerasia.com
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