Chicago, July 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)- SaggezzaGlobal technology solution provider and consulting firm, today announced the launch of a Quantum Computing Lab where employees can experiment with paradigm-shifting quantum computing technology.
This announcement is the latest to put Illinois at the center of quantum innovation.Last year, the University of Chicago launched universities across the country First Quantum Technology Accelerator Program The Department of Energy (DoE) has selected two state laboratories and prominent local research institutes. Quantum communication network nationwide..
Quantum computing with exponential problem-solving capabilities has the potential to rebuild the industry as a whole. By investing in new technologies early on, Saggezza anticipates radical industry transformation and identifies where quantum computing can provide solutions to complex business problems.
Through the Quantum Computing Lab, Saggezza employees utilize Brakt, a quantum computing service that is fully managed through the huge Amazon Web Services of cloud computing. The decentralization of the quantum environment allows Saggezza’s more than 500 business and technology consultants around the world to try out world-changing technologies before revolutionizing the insurance, financial, logistics, and healthcare industry value chains. can.
“Quantum computing is the future, but we still don’t know what the future will look like,” said Frank Trainer, vice president of processes and delivery at Saggezza. “Given that uncertainty, innovation can be challenging, offensive, or risky, and companies can’t afford to avoid it. Today’s technological advances shape tomorrow’s business environment, so companies are next: It’s more important than ever to prioritize innovation when looking for big ideas. “
Quantum computing is still in its infancy, but it has the potential to solve real-world problems with unprecedented speed and accuracy. For example, logistics companies can instantly obtain information on transportation, vehicle operations, air traffic control, and freight transportation, and provide the most efficient transportation routes at speeds not possible with today’s computers. For insurers, quantum computing can incorporate real-time data flow from smart devices to facilitate fast, automated billing capabilities.
Saggezza has developed a quantum computing lab to promote the belief that innovation should be:
- necessary: Companies of all sizes and industries can benefit from experimenting with new technologies. Innovation is an indisputable part of business operations, as emerging technologies can add to the turmoil.
- Accessible: Saggezza opens the door to driving innovation within an organization by removing the high-cost barriers to entering new technology experiments. As a result, employees can try out technologies that were previously only available to well-funded start-ups and Fortune 500 companies.
- Experience: Fast and practical experimentation is the only way for businesses to collect real-world data on the performance of innovative ideas. An empirical approach allows companies to quickly fail, learn from their failures, and develop profitable new business areas and improvements to existing models.
As part of Saggezza’s focus on innovation, the company is leveraging several other new technologies. Its global business and technology consultants use machine learning, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, automation and more to help clients solve some of the most advanced and difficult business problems.
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Saggezza Combining software development, implementation expertise, and data analytics to help companies make better data-driven decisions and improve client interaction, engagement, satisfaction, revenue, and profitability. .. With nearly 500 technology and business consultants and offices on three continents, Saggezza unleashes the power of enterprise data, accelerates growth, discovers new opportunities and creates an innovative operational culture for companies around the world. Is working on.
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