The four business pillars of quantum graph analytics
Our approach for graph analytics is based on fully utilizing relations between different data points through structural connections between data in relational databases, THE data format for most data in corporations. We utilize quantum graph analytics and sparse matrix computations to boost analytics on such data formats.
Predicting churn, sales, purchasing patterns, as well as market and demographic trends - beyond simple regression.
Typically ML algorithms run on data tables, ignoring complicated relations between different tables (e.g. predicting sales performance on historical sales data, ignoring how the products, channels, buyers, sales teams, etc. change).
Understanding your business through advanced customer, channel, product and other segmentation and structural analytics.
Customers are typically connected to each other in complicated ways, use different channels, different products, different locations, have different goals,... our models treat this as crucial input for customer understanding, beyond the superficial.
Organizational data is complex, both in size and connections (different departments, organizational structure, collaboration networks, teams, data produced).
Taking control of such data can improve organizational performance by up to 15% for medium to large size companies.
Dynamic pricing, product recommendations, adaptive content, insights,... graph analytics supports important differentiators for your business applications.
Graph machine learning is already used in most of big tech companies to improve their digital products. How about upgrading it to quantum?
We work with industry leaders in different industries, developing custom-made quantum solutions for graph analytics for different use cases, as well as preparing quantum implementation plans, evaluating risks and opportunities and conducting specialized trainings.
Our team also develops state-of-the-art machine learning models for classical graph analytics, which we enhance with quantum through classical-quantum interpolators.Book a Workshop