Maltese tech company EBO has entered into a strategic partnership with Cyprus-based business intelligence firm Cedar Rose.
Expressing his delight at the partnership, EBO Founder and CEO Gege Gatt said its purpose was to combine the company’s AI technology with an enterprise-level solution to assist customers to meet compliance requirements while improving customer experience.
“At EBO we believe the benefit of AI should be available to all companies irrespective of size. Our goal is to deliver meaningful outcomes by helping businesses automate repetitive processes. Therefore, by combining our Virtual Agents with Cedar Rose’s credit and compliance solutions, enterprises will gain the right tools to meet their compliance requirements while improving customer experience and delivering cost-efficient productivity gains,” he said.
Cedar Rose Co-Founder and CEO Antoun Massaad said there was an enormous need for businesses to become efficient and responsive in their credit and compliance processes.
“Our goal at Cedar Rose has always been to provide the very best in technology and expertise to clients by incorporating our vast experience with the latest developments and innovations. We are glad to partner with EBO, one of the most trusted and leading names in the industry. By combining EBO’s highly customisable and reliable Virtual Agent solutions for websites with our integrated credit and compliance solutions, we will be able to greatly accelerate and optimize the onboarding process,” he said.
Dr Gatt founded EBO in 2017 with the aim of automating human communication, at scale. He is also the Director of software company ICON, and is also Vice Present of the Malta IT Law Association.
Cedar Rose was established in 1997, and has since been at the forefront of providing world-class business intelligence and credit risk solutions to leading firms in over 230 countries globally.
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