Mumbai, India – Zvolv, a globally recognized enterprise hyperautomation company, announced the introduction of groundbreaking generative AI capabilities alongside the launch of the 3.0 version of its micro-services Low-Code No-Code (LCNC) platform. The company unveiled these innovative features at its annual CXO meet, held at the prestigious JIO World Convention Centre in Mumbai, attended by over 50 CIOs and CEOs from leading enterprises across various industries.
Enterprises are increasingly adopting generative AI to enhance productivity, data-driven decision-making, and customer and employee experiences. However, concerns surrounding privacy and scalability hinder the full integration of AI into applications. Deploying private GPT models with necessary controls on usage, reliability, and compliance can be time-consuming and costly. With the rapid evolution of generative AI technology and a scarcity of developer resources, platform-based approaches to AI application development offer faster Time to Market (TTM), lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), and eliminate risk.
Zvolv’s hyperautomation microservices platform, combined with the Z-wall AI orchestration engine, empowers businesses to rapidly deploy cutting-edge AI and automation capabilities in their products and services. By leveraging generative AI within the microservices platform, Zvolv enables enterprises to build AI applications in a matter of hours with minimal dependence on developers. This advancement strengthens enterprise AI strategies, ensuring privacy, security, and ethics are at the core of their transformation.
According to Hardik Gandhi, Chief Executive Officer of Zvolv, we are entering an era of AI applications, where conversational capabilities and logical reasoning will dominate the majority of the 500 million enterprise applications expected to be developed in the next 3-4 years. Zvolv envisions AI apps that offer intelligence and experiences akin to human interactions. By leveraging a combination of generic and fine-tuned intelligence in Large Language Model (LLM) models, AI apps become inherently smarter, more efficient, and offer a human-like conversational user experience.
The integration of generative AI in the Zvolv microservices platform enables enterprises to:
- Integrate human-like conversational and logical reasoning capabilities beyond traditional graphical interfaces
- Enable business users to have contextual access to organizational knowledge and deeper AI-driven insights through conversing with their data
- Empower citizen developers to build end-to-end AI-driven automation using AI-assisted app-building journeys, surpassing the capabilities of traditional LCNC builders
Sujoy Chakravarty, Chief Operations Officer of Zvolv, stated that the integration of generative AI into the LCNC builders will transform the development process. With generative AI, citizen developers can build applications with advanced AI-driven automation in under 10-20 hours, reducing traditional enterprise app development time significantly.
The newly introduced Z-wall AI orchestration engine plays a crucial role in enabling the future of enterprise AI. It ensures the isolation of an enterprise’s private data from public LLM models, governs the usage of generative AI in various enterprise AI apps, and optimizes access, ethics, and cost.
Sri Srinivasan, Chief Revenue Officer of Zvolv, believes that the new era of generative AI apps will make organizations leaner, more efficient, and adaptable to change. He emphasized that retraining an AI app to adapt to newer processes is faster and less error-prone than retraining or re-skilling human resources. With AI handling tactical work, employees can focus on more strategic activities, driving innovation and leveraging technology to its fullest potential.