IBM thinks of Southeast Europe, IBM has introduced its cloud-based solutions, which are widely used by start-ups in Southeast Europe.
In the region, a number of businesses are turning to IBM Cloud-AI, Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to achieve visible global growth with innovations. For example, such solutions were chosen by flashing as a digital blockchain-based identification vendor; The electric wheel drive key and manufacturer of Elaphe; As well as HeartBit, which develops medical and cardiological devices.
"Start-ups and other businesses are considered the value of IBM's open cloud-based IT solutions, combined with strong industry expertise to deliver the services they need and the flexibility they need to grow and change"– said Michael Paier, CEO of the Southeast European region of IBM. "By selecting IBM Cloud as an organization, organizations can achieve much more than just reduce running costs," he said, "Using exciting cloud technologies such as AI, Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT), companies can develop new business models and develop new services that differentiate them from their competitors" .
The statement is part of IBM's plan to help move start-ups and global brands such as Bausch + Lomb, Whirlpool and Kyocera to IBM Cloud systems and modernize existing infrastructure. IBM recently announced that IBM's private cloud service was selected by hundreds of organizations, including the New Zealand Police, the Chinese Fuyao Group, the Japanese Aplek Insurance Company, the Turkish Credit Credit Bank, and the National Information Service of Brazil. To modernize their existing IT systems and to develop new and innovative applications faster according to market demands.
In the south-east, the following start-ups chose IBM Cloud:
Flashing is a license-based digital signage service provider that uses the IBM Cloud Hyperledger Fabric feature to enable the user to receive their own data. Users can create their own digital ID with flashing identification and verify and protect them using various technologies (such as password protection, face recognition, fingerprint reader) and decide which service provider they are authorized to access. This feature allows users to check, verify, or reject their request requests. With IBM Cloud Private, KYC's Blinking service is formulated in 5 Serbian banks.
Careesma has developed the Smarty Virtual Assistant service for the Zagreb University of Management and Management, which enables student management. The system is able to respond quickly to students' questions, regardless of location, every day of the week, 24 hours a day. Smarty uses the IBM Cloud Watson Assistant, which uses machine learning technology to help develop IT services that understand the human language and communication that can simulate human dialogue and automatically create meaningful and relevant responses to the machine and the person.
HeartBit has partnered with IBM to develop a groundbreaking, portable ECG backend device. The system receives the data sent by HeartBit, then transfers it to IBM Cloud using a mobile application, where they are stored and processed using the latest AI technologies. With the information provided by the Heartbit application, users can optimally design the duration of their training so that they can be safely styled with detrimental progress to health. Due to its high level of security and data security, IBM Cloud has chosen its services.
Indivizo offers data-based recruitment solutions to assist HR decision-makers in selecting the most appropriate colleagues. The company analyzes the candidate video interviews with IBM Cloud Watson AI technology. Through advanced video analysis, Indivizo is able to create various personal profiles that provide important information to human resource decision makers about the suitability of a candidate for a given position.
Elaphe Propulsion Technologies, Slovenia
Elaphe selected IBM Cloud Internet Things (IoT) technology to help secure the next generation of hybrid electric cars. With IBM Cloud, Elaphe is able to track real-time driving conditions and vehicle performance to provide valuable information on the development and operation of cars using an electric drive system.
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