The Asian Age
Tech company wins award for AI, automation solutions
Chennai-based Autointelli Systems, an IT infrastructure Automation Company, has won the coveted Aditya Birla Bizlabs Award-2019 recently for its expertise in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learningbased IT infrastructure automation solutions.
The company was adjudged the winner in the contest in which over 2,000 tech startups from across the world took part in various categories. As a winner of the award, Autointelli will get funding and business for its solutions from Aditya Birla group companies. Bizlabs is the initiative of the Aditya Birla group to identify innovative startups and offer them business support.
Autointelli’s IT infrastructure automation solution - known as Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) - helps companies ensure business continuity by making their IT infrastructure reliable. It has partnerships with global organisations including a top 4 consulting firm and global tech giants.
Talking about the award, E. Pradeep Kumar, CEO, Autointelli, said, “The BizLabs award is recognition for innovative approach to AIOps, a niche IT services segment, currently dominated by big organisations. AIOps platform is a global product. We will take our solutions to businesses across categories, sizes, and market regions and emerge as a leader in AIOps in the world.”
The company will take the solutions to various businesses categories, sizes, and market regions and emerge as a leader in AIOps in the world. AIOps solutions can free staff from doing mundane, repetitive, and tedious IT operations, and let them focus on value creating tasks.
As an AI platform built with robust machine learning algorithms, Autointelli’s AIOps makes the management of an entire IT ecosystem of a business autonomous. It maps the IT infrastructure; monitors the functioning of various hardware and software; diagnoses and predicts problems, conducts root-cause analyses; creates alerts to prompt engineers to step in; and solve issues on its own, using virtual bots.