Pipefy, a global leader in no-code process automation that increases productivity and team efficiency, centralizes data, and standardizes processes, has announced the launch of Pipefy AI, an unprecedented technology that combines artificial intelligence with its platform.
The main objective is to radically transform the way companies manage processes by empowering any professional to build workflows in seconds and extract data and insights from these processes. All they have to do is ask the artificial intelligence what they need to know.
The company harnesses the power of OpenAI and GPT-4 to enhance data analysis and assist teams in process modeling and optimization.
“In a matter of seconds, Pipefy AI can help business leaders and their teams detect trends, uncover the root causes of problems, and automate processes easier and faster than ever,” emphasizes Alessio Alionço, CEO of Pipefy.
With Pipefy AI, users can ask any question about their processes or operational data and receive a response in seconds. In addition to analyzing data, Pipefy AI automates various previously manual tasks.
Another component of Pipefy AI is the ability to customize processes with parameters and requirements described by the requester. The goal is to build the most efficient version of the requested process. Just inform the desired type of workflow, the data to be collected, and any other characteristics that users would like to see in their processes—and Pipefy AI does the rest in seconds.
The functionality will be available to current Pipefy users in the coming weeks. Those who wish to try it can join the waiting list and will be notified when the features are available.
Pipefy is already recognized for helping companies achieve operational efficiency and excellence in processes across all departments. Headquartered in Curitiba, Brazil, and San Francisco, United States, Pipefy was named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™, the ranking of the 500 fastest-growing companies in North America, in November 2022.
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