Digital Taxonomy and Askia announce new partnership
09 November 2018
Digital Taxonomy, the disruptive provider of AI-powered free-text coding and process automation software, and Askia, the leading provider of state-of-the-art software for surveys and analysis, today announce a long-term strategic partnership. The partnership will bring the power of Codeit, Digital Taxonomy’s state of the art coding solution, directly into the Askia platform.
Codeit delivers class-leading performance and quality to coding free-text verbatim responses, through its unique blend of text matching, NLP and Text Analytics, Machine Learning and expert human coders. Codeit delivers dramatically improved coding throughput, saving time and money, without compromising quality.
Codeit’s tight integration with Askia utilises extensive real-time APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), to ensure that Askia users’ coding experience is completely seamless, with data flowing transparently between the two systems.
Richard Collins, Chief Customer Officer at Askia, says: “Askia and Digital Taxonomy have worked very closely on this integration; we’re delighted that Askia users can now take advantage of the latest advances in coding technology.” Collins adds: “This partnership with Digital Taxonomy delivers the industry’s most powerful and productive solution for the collection and processing of open-text material”.
Tim Brandwood, CTO at Digital Taxonomy comments: “Codeit brings the undisputed value of open-ended material into the modern MR world, by removing the cost, time and error constraints associated with legacy coding tools. We look forward to working with our friends at Askia to support this powerful new joint capability”.
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Note to Editors:
Digital Taxonomy is a major provider of innovative, leading-edge software productivity tools for companies in the market research, data analytics and Voice of the Customer spaces. Founded in 2017, Digital Taxonomy’s products are designed by a team of highly experienced market research practitioners with unrivalled expertise in all aspects of research and survey processes, and built by IT and AI experts with strong, practical R&D proficiency.
Digital Taxonomy focuses on automating and enhancing real-world market research processes, by combining the power of AI and machine learning with highly intuitive and easy to use interfaces, maximising quality and productivity whilst minimising effort.
Askia provides an end-to-end solution to design, collect and report survey data, as well as manage communities. Founded in 1996 by Jerome Sopocko and Patrick George-Lassale, the company has offices in Paris, London, Brussels, Mannheim, New York and Los Angeles. See https://www.askia.com for more information.
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