Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence

Those who can imagine anything can achieve the impossible - Alan Turing

Artificial intelligence: magic at your fingertips

The term "Artificial Intelligence" (AI) was first used in 1956 by scientist John McCarthy. Today it is a generic term that covers many fields, from Machine Learning to robotics

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for over 60 years, so the concept itself is far from revolutionary. What has changed, however, is our ability to implement it. With the advent of graphics processing units (GPUs) and cloud computing - which makes rapid processing of large amounts of data both accessible and affordable - everything is now in place to develop artificial intelligence that actually works and creates value.

 At delaware, we strongly believe in the power of artificial intelligence and the immense opportunities it will bring. However, we also believe that the transition to artificial intelligence will be an evolution, not a revolution. The systems that exist today will evolve gradually, and their ability to help humans and machines will improve little by little.

Thanks to our in-depth knowledge of processes, we are able to help you implement artificial intelligence systems in the following five areas

  • AI for customers
  • AI for the workplace
  • AI for Operations
  • AI for Talent Management
  • AI for Financial Management

Why AI is important for enterprises

AI has been the focus of attention in recent years, mostly in the context of futuristic - and often scary - scenarios. But science fiction aside, artificial intelligence has a lot to offer businesses. In short, self-learning machines are capable of performing a variety of cognitive tasks, but they do it better, faster, cheaper and with a higher level of security. Artificial intelligence will improve both quality and efficiency, while lowering costs and reducing complexity.

Exploiting the power of AI

Business leaders who want to take advantage of the possibilities of AI need to get started today. As Mark Zuckerberg says: innovating isn't about having a good idea, it's about adapting quickly and experimenting a lot. That's why we implement AI systems based on our own methodology, delaware Agile Machine Learning (dAML), which uses industry standards in data-mining (CRISP-DM), enhanced for machine learning and combining agile methods such as Scrum. It is essential for us that the results generated by the AI are directly applicable to your business processes. We select the types of AI - machine learning, cognitive services, conversational AI - best suited to your needs and requirements, and strive to improve your performance.

The transition to artificial intelligence will be an evolution, not a revolution

How delaware can help you:

  • With our in-depth knowledge of industry and business processes, we can help you define AI strategies that present realistic growth opportunities.
  • Innovation is in our DNA, but we don't pretend to reinvent the wheel. We create AI solutions based on existing algorithms using the infrastructure, tools and platforms of our long-time partners, SAP and Microsoft...
  • delaware is able to integrate AI systems with your applications and user processes, various data sources (e.g. IoT data streams), ERP and CRM systems and information management systems.


  • Once your AI environment is fully operational and running at full capacity, we can take care of every aspect of it from hosting and driving the platform to monitoring and improving performance.
  • We differentiate ourselves by our pragmatic and project-oriented approach. If you prefer, we can co-create projects with your company, based on a profit sharing model.
  • We provide a wide range of services in the AI space, from strategic and technology consulting to transformational services. This enables us to inspire and guide you through a complex business transformation that goes beyond AI.

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