"Peering into an ocean data that’s complex and interwoven can be intimidating, especially when it’s up to you to grasp the underlying meaning and report on it. Through the use of natural language generation in finance, you’ll be able to convert large and disperse financial datasets into meaningful written narratives with a press of a button."
Many BI dashboards use NLG technology to produce analytical narratives the complement data visualizations and also highlight insights not shown in visuals. Identifying and highlighting not-so-obvious trends and correlations with NLG increases the value and reach of BI, providing actionable insights and greater transparency to decision makers.
RPA’s influence on intelligent automation
According to findings from a recent Economist Intelligence Unit study, more than 90 percent of the 502 global executives surveyed said that their organizations are using automation technologies (like RPA), and most are satisfied with the returns they are seeing.
The ability to give people the information they need when and where they need it is paramount for any enterprise. Solutions that deliver access to actionable insights based on trustworthy, real-time data are invaluable for business executives.
You heard right! Arria NLG and UiPath are collaborating again to spread the word around the power of Automation and Language.
This video features Arria’s own Jay Dewalt, COO, and UiPath’s Chet Chambers, VP and Chief Evangelist.
Data-literate companies possess the ability to retrieve, structure, analyze, consume and leverage data to their advantage.
A seemingly infinite number of sources continue to produce endless streams of data that grow deeper, more complicated and granular each day. In banking, this means that fluency in the practices of data analytics and data science is paramount.
Arria hosted a new and well-attended webinar last Thursday, November 14, to discuss how two pivotal technologies—Natural Language Generation and Robotic Process Automation—can work together to expedite the flow of information within businesses. Because of the groundswell of interest, we have added the subject to our regular rotation of webinar topics.
NLG performs the amazing feat of giving machines the power of human language. In doing so, it offers a quick route to ROI and pushes forward the democratization of data literacy—particularly in the areas of FP&A, operational analysis, BI, and almost any task that involves RPA. Here we’ll offer an overview of key points for executives who are considering NLG as a component of their overall automation strategy.
DevPro Journal published an article this week entitled "NLG: Bridge the Communication Gap Between People and IT," based on an interview they recently conducted with Arria COO Jay DeWalt.
The article establishes that Natural Language Generation (NLG) is a separate layer of the natural language technologies stack,