In business, the highest value technology applications are those that improve the speed, quality and accuracy of standardized processes on one hand, or that directly assist humans in performing higher value work on the other. This is what Kim is all about.
The Kim platform uses a variety of AI concepts, such as Neural Networks and Machine Intelligence, to enable knowledge workers with no software development expertise to automate processes, workflows, documents and dashboards in a matter of hours or days with zero IT development.
Hear more about the technology from CTO, Richard Yawn
Providing knowledge workers (or “citizen developers” as they’re sometimes called) with the ability to create high value, purpose-built applications is unique and represents a new generation of software, focused on configuration rather than coding. If you’re thinking this turns the world of traditional IT development on its head, you’re right! Comparable software development projects could easily take months or years to complete and require specialized expertise. Vendors touting “low code” environments don’t fare much better, because that’s often just a way of saying they have their own way of programming applications. None of that is necessary with Kim, which empowers the end users and disrupts the automation industry in much the same way as Amazon and Netflix have done with media and entertainment.
By building the entire platform on an AI foundation, Kim has created a scalable and future-proof solution that removes the barriers between envisioning the system you need, creating it and having it in productive use quickly and easily. Kim’s PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) is intuitive and easy to configure, allowing you to build numerous custom product solutions across multiple business functions (e.g. Legal, HR, Compliance, etc.).
Our approaches have patents pending and have been put in place by some of the largest companies in the world, utilizing Kim’s comprehensive feature set.
Most vendors claiming AI capabilities adopt an “outside-in” approach to working with data, which will always be suboptimal: It may provide some knowledge relating to the data, but the intelligence will be limited and the true meaning (or context) often non-existent. Kim provides a very practical focus by having you create a foundation of knowledge and information that provides the Knowledge, Intelligence and Meaning (KIM) for the processes you are trying to improve or automate. This integrated and unified approach, created and deployed by knowledge workers from the inside-out, is part of what makes Kim truly unique.