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Thentia Adds AI Power to Its Cloud-Based Regulatory Platform

The licensing technology company, working to increase its presence in the U.S., has launched a data migration and management tool called Data Migration Accelerator. The new product is meant to streamline operations.

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Artificial intelligence combined with a regulatory platform — that is among the latest bets Thentia is making as it strives to capture more government technology business.

The Canada-based firm — in the midst of a U.S. expansion — sells licensing technology, and continues to add to its lineup of digital tools.

The newest offering is called the Data Migration Accelerator (DMA), according to a statement.

As Thentia put it, DMA uses AI to help clients “seamlessly migrate their data to its all-encompassing regulatory platform, Thentia Cloud.”

DMA also is a data management tool, according to the statement, and its launch reflects the broader trend of agencies moving from manual, paper-based processes to cloud products.

“Data precision and comprehensiveness serve as the bedrock for ensuring a successful and punctual Thentia Cloud deployment,” said Julian Cardarelli, Thentia CEO, in that statement. “From our extensive experience with hundreds of successful deployments, we understand that the complexity of regulatory data migration can be a critical factor in project success.”

One of the main problems when it comes to regulations and the organizations that manage them is moving data from numerous databases, which can require significant manual work even amid labor shortages and other limited resources, according to Thentia.

The new tool is designed to deal with that challenge while also meeting reporting and analytics requirements, along with security needs. DMA automates data validation and cleaning, streamlining the migration process, according to the statement.