Tredence Joins IIT Madras As A Platinum Member To Accelerate Its Data Science Competency

Tredence's association with RBCDSAI as a consortium member gives the company a platform to further establish itself as a key player in the data science and AI space.

One of the leading data science and AI engineering companies, Tredence Inc., recently announced its partnership with Robert Bosch Center for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBCDSAI), IIT Madras to propel innovation in the space of AI and data science.

This partnership is a positive step towards promoting research and development programs in AI and data science, with partners carrying out a similar thought process to solve real-world business problems at the convergence of digital and physical.  

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Tredence’s association with RBCDSAI as a consortium member gives the company a platform to further establish itself as a key player in the data science and AI space. The consortium membership enables Tredence to play an active part in the latest developments around AI/ML and leverage the capabilities of different stakeholders within the ecosystem.

“A major revolution in AI is underway, which is poised to transform client outcomes and address some of the most pressing business and societal challenges. Our partnership with IITM is a cornerstone in our growth strategy, enabling us to build a long-term relationship with a premier institution that’s advancing AI innovation. Through this collaboration, Tredence can work on path-breaking and innovative efforts to develop solutions focused on solving real-world client problems in the field of data science and artificial intelligence,” said Soumendra Mohanty, Chief Strategy Officer & Chief Innovation Officer, Tredence.

Tredence is also doubling down its focus on building strong AI capabilities to solve critical problems faced by clients across industries. The Platinum partnership provides a collaboration platform for Tredence to gain early access to publications, reports, experimentations, and industry-focused events on AI/ML.

The Tredence Studio platform helps enterprises reimagine business processes and push the boundaries of what’s possible and acts as a central co-innovation platform with future-ready AI and advanced analytics solution accelerators to drive growth and improve operational efficiency across industries. Collaborating with a premier institute like RBCDSAI IITM will enable Tredence in accelerating the company’s focus on harmonizing data, humanizing experience, and operationalizing AI for the clients.

As part of Tredence’s strategy to invest in and build a strong talent pool of data science and data engineering professionals to drive accelerated value for its clients, the partnership allows Tredence to leverage deep skilled talent from a premier technology institute like IIT Madras and create continuous learning and an excelling ecosystem.

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Victor Dey
Victor is an aspiring Data Scientist & is a Master of Science in Data Science & Big Data Analytics. He is a Researcher, a Data Science Influencer and also an Ex-University Football Player. A keen learner of new developments in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, he is committed to growing the Data Science community.

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