Onna Partners with Infinia

Onna Partners with Infinia ML

Congrats to eDiscovery Today Educational Partner Onna with the announcement that Onna partners with Infinia ML! Here’s a portion of the press release, the full release is here.

Onna Partners with Infinia ML, Extending Platform Capabilities to Power Custom Use Cases

Infinia ML will embed specialized machine learning within Onna’s Knowledge Integration Platform, enabling the delivery of new solutions

New York and Barcelona – April 26, 2022: Onna, the knowledge discovery leader, today announced a partnership with Infinia ML, a provider of intelligent document processing and insight solutions. The partnership will combine centralized unstructured data in Onna with Infinia ML’s machine learning technology, enhancing customers’ ability to discover knowledge siloed in their collaboration, communication, and content applications. This will unlock new capabilities to solve custom business challenges, from contract classification and personally identifiable information (PII) detection, to sentiment trend analysis, entity extraction, and more.

This partnership is the latest example of Onna’s platform strategy, which extends its capabilities by allowing technology partners to integrate with Onna and build new workflows or applications on top of its software.

Embedding Infinia ML’s powerful machine learning within Onna’s Knowledge Integration Platform automates customers’ ability to discover, classify, and analyze their fragmented information. With connectors to more than 30 of the most popular workplace applications, including Slack, Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, Dropbox, and Zoom, Onna’s platform provides a robust and centralized data pipeline – more than a petabyte of data across customers – that Infinia ML can process in seconds to uncover valuable business knowledge.

The initial phase of the partnership will enable Onna to deliver new contract discovery capabilities, giving customers a faster and more cost-effective way to discover, collect, and intelligently process large volumes of contracts from multiple sources in one place.

Machine learning technology is a must for organizations that need to classify and analyze contracts, as well as to identify PII within their organization, so this partnership seems like a great fit for both companies!

So, what do you think about the announcement that Onna partners with Infinia ML?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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  1. I did not notice that, but great point, Dr. J! The term “AI” is probably the most overused technology term there is; in fact, I think it was voted so a few years ago. More “machine learning”!

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