ADDED VALUE SMEs Business System Application for Artificial Intelligence

A.V.A.I.

The development of the Added Value SMEs system Application for Artificial Intelligence (hereinafter: A.V.A.I.) conforms to Hungarian as well as European economic, digital and Artificial Intelligence strategies (1).

Our main goal is to create a platform applying Artificial Intelligence, which assists in providing the fullest possible service for the users to manage their basic business processes quickly and smoothly. As a result of this the user will be able to increase its business profitability and revenues, with secure and sustainable operation as well as become more conscious.

Currently 200 small and medium size businesses access the application and the services provided by A.V.A.I., which bank and insurance systems cannot manage and serve.

A.V.A.I. satisfies user needs and is tailored for the user, it is an up-to-date, online task solving system.

We develop the system continuously. This means growth in the number of services as well as the number of users.

The user can access the system with a personal code (entered in the access window). The user interface is available on computers as well as in the form of a mobile application, according to the following.(1)

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