BIG Award Recognizes Impel as a Global Leader in Artificial Intelligence
The technology created by the Georgian company Pulsar has won the Stratus Award in the artificial intelligence category by the Business Intelligence Group. The award was given to the global leader in automotive digital engagement technology company Impel (formerly SpinCar), which last year bought the Georgian startup "Pulsar AI".
The Stratus Award is given to companies that excel in cloud-based innovation. Other winners of this year's Stratus Award, along with Impel, include companies such as Hewlett Packard, IBM, Red Hat.
As a result of purchasing the Georgian startup in 2021, Impel's digital platform has been uniting automotive industry-leading Conversational AI technology with best-in-class applications for digital sales, automated communication, and imaging. The company's continuous technology engages customers in the purchasing process, informs them of news, and influences their decisions.
Impel's technological solutions are designed to enable car dealers to create services for customers that provide the fastest and most comfortable relationship between companies and customers.
"Impel is at the forefront of helping to drive practical innovations in the cloud.” noted the Chief Operating Officer at BIG Awards - Maria Jimenez.
“Today’s consumers expect seamless communication and personalized experiences at every touchpoint,” said Impel Co-Founder and CEO Devin Daly. “By leveraging advanced AI technology and first-party behavioral data, Impel is helping retailers deliver better customer experiences while at the same time driving significant operational efficiencies across their organization. We’re honored to be recognized by Business Intelligence Group for the innovations in Artificial Intelligence that we continue to bring to the industry.”