Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence (AI) software for supply & demand optimisation, announced today that the company's Chief Scientist, Dr. Zbigniew Michalewicz, along its Director of Business Development, Leo Arantes and Managing Director, Matt Michalewicz, have released a new book entitled The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: Real-world applications for revenue and margin growth. Divided into four parts and almost 500 pages in length, the new book is available for purchase in hard copy from Amazon, Dymocks, and many other booksellers, as well as in ebook form.
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for supply & demand optimisation, announced today that it has accepted an equity investment of $5 million from Microequities Asset Management (ASX:MAM) in a pre-IPO funding round. Microequities Asset Management has over $450m in funds under management from high net worth, wholesale and sophisticated investors. It invests long-term capital and has over $60m from its investment management team and directors co-invested alongside its clients. The investment in Complexica will be made via the “Private to Beyond the IPO Fund.” For more information on Microequities Asset Management, please visit www.microequities.com.au/about-us
Flinders Ports has an ambition - to do as little work as humanly possible moving containers back and forth as they make their way through South Australia’s major logistics hub. So it’s perhaps poetic that the Adelaide company has brought artificial intelligence to bear, to crunch the numbers on the Tetris-like task of getting hundreds of thousands of containers per year on and off ships, and on their way to the end user. Flinders has been working with Adelaide AI company Complexica for the past 18 months on optimising container movements through the Adelaide Container Terminal. The process has been largely manual to date, with the decisions about where containers would go in the yard being been left up to humans.
Helping some of the biggest brands across Australia and the globe make better decisions is a simple way to explain what artificial intelligence firm Complexica does, but it also vastly undersells them. It’s by no accident that the company has been able to bring on brands like Pfizer, Pernod Ricard and Metcash over the past seven years, with products such as Decision Cloud and Larry, the Digital Analyst helping Complexica’s customers navigate decision-making processes well beyond the capacity of human managers.
Complexica's CEO, Matt Michalewicz, joins Peter Switzer on the Learning from Legends podcast to discuss the impact of AI on business, stocks, and our lives.
Matt Michalewicz, CEO of Complexica will be speaking on the Rise of Artificial Intelligence and what it means for business leaders. Engaging and educational, this session will draw on facts, case studies, as well as live technology examples to explain each concept.
For more information about the event, please visit: https://allevents.in/fullarton/gathering-with-purpose-matt-michalewicz-on-artificial-intelligence/10000151003219695
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for supply & demand optimisation, announced today that the judgement process for the 2021 Australian Achiever Awards for Australia’s Computer Systems, Software & Internet Services category was completed on 29th April, and the company scored a highly recommended 97.18% in customer satisfaction.
Now into its twenty-fourth year, the Australian Achiever Awards are an independent, unbiased award system based on assessment ratings from a business’s own customers. The awards provide an indication of a well-run business where satisfied customers are a sign that the business is healthy and worthy of praise.
Speaking at a recent investor day for Metcash, ALM CEO Chris Baddock has outlined a transformation of its digital business as one of four key initiatives. The other three initiatives include driving brand awareness and appeal, owned and exclusive brands and supply chain flexibility and efficiency. He added: “It’s no good having great systems if you don’t have great data, so we have to clean our data and make sure there is a conduit between the retailer and ourselves, so that we can use that data to give the most effective and efficient promotional programs.”
ALM has already started working with Complexica to use artificial intelligence to develop promotional plans and also to help predict marketplace performance.
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for supply & demand optimisation, announced today that the company's CEO – Matt Michalewicz – will speak at the national AMI Marketing Prediction Series event on March 31st.
The Australian Marketing Institute has attracted some of Australia’s finest marketing minds to share their thoughts on the marketing trends they think will define 2021 and re-shape how we approach the future. The Prediction series is an opportunity to gain valuable insider knowledge from some of the industry’s most experienced and engaging thought leaders. During this exclusive one-day event, our expert panel of speakers will share their views on emerging trends at both national and global level. Key themes will include the continued evolution of martech and its role on the path to success, commitment to creativity and the true meaning of marketing with purpose. The speakers will also address some tough questions on the future of the marketing industry in a post-COVID world.
Complexica's CEO, Matt Michalewicz, joins Peter Switzer on the Learning from Legends podcast to discuss application areas of Artificial Intelligence, as well as Complexica's IPO plans:
Having just implemented a two year program to inject artificial intelligence smarts across Pernod Ricard’s global winemaking processes, Adelaide tech firm Complexica now has its sights on an ASX listing for next year. The company, headed up by managing director Matthew Michalewicz, will be looking to raise $25-$50 million to help drive further growth and market recognition of the firm, founded seven years ago.