Zoomin for AI applications

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The challenge of integrating knowledge for AI

Most companies are exploring ways in which GenAI and specifically LLMs can help improve product adoption and customer enablement using their existing knowledge assets. But, there’s a problem. Product knowledge is usually scattered, written in various formats and silos, and often includes sensitive content which, if not handled correctly, poses security and compliance risks.

Developers are focused on the wrong things

These challenges around knowledge integration mean development teams building AI applications must spend enormous amounts of time and effort creating and maintaining point-to-point integrations to enterprise knowledge repositories, as well as solving for content governance issues.

Your knowledge. AI-ready with Zoomin.

A critical layer that serves as the safeguard of your knowledge, ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of data that fuels AI algorithms. Without this critical shield, the very foundation of any AI system is susceptible to compromise, leading to privacy breaches and undermining trust.

Simplifying AI Knowledge Integration

By consolidating and securing enterprise knowledge from any source and format, Zoomin provides a content orchestration and governance platform that abstracts knowledge integration complexities and provides the AI developer a single schema and point of integration.

Why Zoomin for your AI applications?

Centralized Governance for AI Development

Establish a robust governance infrastructure, future-proofing AI projects and ensuring a unified and efficient development process.

Enhanced Security for Sensitive Data

Safeguard sensitive information such as PII, PHI, PCI, and more, minimizing the risk of data exposure and maintaining compliance standards.

Time and Resource Savings

Drastically reduce development timelines by eliminating the need for developers to spend countless hours on building tedious integrations and redundant content pipelines.