Axis Selects Microsoft Azure to Reduce Computing Processing Cost of AI
ANAHEIM, CA: Axis Technical Group, an IT advisor and business software developer announced that they will be moving their SaaS based Axis AI document classification and data extraction solution to Microsoft Azure. By the recent move to Azure, Axis AI not only acquires exceptional scalability and processing capacity, but also an enhanced computing power.
Axis AI, the data extraction software takes out the essential data from complex structured, unstructured and semi-structured documents with relevant speed and accuracy. It uses Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning algorithms for the extraction process. The software assists to eliminate the need to manually key and validate the data and offers valuable resources to focus on other critical initiatives.
“By moving AI to Azure we’ve noticed notable improvements on how we deploy our solution. It is quicker to implement an instance of our solution; we can stand systems up in minutes, not days. By passing these savings back to our clients, our solution becomes competitively priced compared to other data extraction offerings,” says Greg Lovett, CEO, Axis.
Azure provides reduction in Axis’ hosting operating expenditure, and computing processing cost. The cloud computing platform removes the need to manage server infrastructure which allows Axis to boost the speed to build, deploy, and manage applications like Axis AI. Azure’s App Service helps Axis to quickly and easily create enterprise-ready apps on a scalable cloud infrastructure. Also, Azure Virtual Machines allows Axis to implement Windows Server image in the cloud.
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