Try Orion's search capabilities in this live demo. It uses a small sample of data from a microlending company. Try asking it a predictive question, or create a report on the fly.
No need to write SQL code or build complex predictive models.
Our team can set you up
Orion allows you to ask questions about your business from your data using a natural language search interface.
Our AI-Driven analytics platform allows anyone in your organization to get answers from company data in seconds. Just search to analyze data and get automated insights and predictions with a single click.
You can ask Orion questions, as easily as typing a Google search, and instantly generate reports, view insights, and get predictions .
For example, a banker might ask:
'Which customers are likely to repay their loans in full?'
'Which customers want more credit this month?'
'How many mortgages will we issue next quarter?'
Answers are presented three ways. For example, if you ask, 'which customers will default?', we'd show several insights, inlcuding:
(1.) The customers most likely to default.
(2.) The factors driving the answer.
(3.) Characteristics common to numerous defaulting customers.
How it works:
(1.) Connect Orion to your data records.
(2.) Ask your questions.
(3.) A few seconds later, you get insights and predictions.
Hosted or On-premise
If desired, this can be installed on your servers. Orion doesn't have to transfer data off site, allowing it to adhere to your existing security protocols.
At Serial Metrics, we've been generating answers since 2010. We predicted the locations of a company's users with 90% accuracy. We predicted what article a visitor would want to see next to raise engagement by 85%. We've facilitated price optimization, risk evaluation and dozens of other applications. It used to require engineers to apply our technology. Now with Orion, you can harness the same predictive power by writing a plain English question.
Request a demo of the Orion Platform and see how our automated machine learning workflow can help your business.
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Jordan Ringenberg, Ph.D. Advisor
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