Zvolv, a technology company, has unveiled its new middleware called Z-wall, which enhances its enterprise automation and app-building capabilities with generative AI functionality. The announcement was made at Zvolv’s annual CXO meet, attended by CIOs and CEOs from various industries and Zvolv ecosystem partners. Enterprises are increasingly adopting generative AI to boost productivity, enhance decision-making, and improve customer and employee experiences. However, concerns about privacy and scalability hinder widespread adoption of AI in applications. Zvolv aims to address these challenges by providing a platform approach to developing AI applications, enabling fast time-to-market, low total cost of ownership, and risk elimination.
Zvolv’s hyperautomation microservices platform, combined with the Z-wall AI orchestration engine, allows businesses to deploy AI and automation capabilities securely and rapidly in their products and services. The integration of generative AI into the Zvolv platform enables enterprises to build AI apps quickly with minimal developer dependence while prioritizing privacy, security, and ethics.
The Z-wall AI orchestration engine acts as a conduit between enterprise systems of records and engagements, ensuring private data is isolated from public large language models (LLMs). It governs the usage of generative AI in various enterprise AI apps, optimizing access, ethics, and cost. The engine maps enterprise people, data, and process knowledge, enabling effective generative AI usage through operations such as embeddings, summarization, masking, and logging.
Zvolv’s generative AI capabilities enable the development of AI apps with conversational and logical reasoning capabilities beyond traditional graphical interfaces. Business users can interact with data to gain contextual access and AI-driven insights more efficiently. The platform supports AI-assisted app-building journeys, allowing citizen developers to create intelligent automation using generative AI. With the integration of generative AI into Zvolv’s low-code/no-code (LCNC) builders, traditional enterprise app development time can be reduced to under 10-20 hours, empowering citizen developers to build end-to-end applications.
The market for hyperautomation as an enabler for enterprise AI is projected to reach $50 billion by 2025. Zvolv is positioned as a key industry leader in this space, with numerous Fortune-10 and Fortune-500 companies already leveraging its platform to drive transformative change. Generative AI is expected to drive business transformation across various functions, including retail expansion, procurement, HR, finance, and logistics.
Overall, Zvolv aims to enable organizations to become leaner, more efficient, and adaptable by leveraging generative AI apps. The integration of AI into workflows allows for faster adaptation to changing processes and reduces the dependence on human resources for repetitive tasks, enabling employees to focus on more strategic activities.