Leeds-based Panintelligence announces partnership with Massachusetts-based firm

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A YORKSHIRE-based technology company is joining forces with a US firm as part of its global expansion strategy.

The Leeds-based business intelligence and data analytics software developer Panintelligence has announced a partnership with a Boston-based fintech software firm.

The partnership marks the first deal originated in the US for Leeds-based Panintelligence since the business established a Boston office in the city last year.

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Hound Software, which launched in Boston in 2017, specialises in the intelligent automation of critical business processes, such as revenue management and compliance.

The platform connects diverse software systems, users and customers, largely for clients in the banking and financial services sectors.

The new partnership will see Hound Software integrate the Panintelligence Pi suite of data analytics software into its operation.

Panintelligence CEO Zandra Moore said: “We saw significant synergies between Hound Software and ourselves, and we are excited to be bringing our AI decisioning capability to combine with Hound’s superb innovative workflow processing engine.

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“Since opening our Boston office last summer we’ve been in conversation with a number of potential partners and we’re excited to launch this first partnership out of our Boston office with the Hound team.”

She added: “The Pi software was originally developed to enable the secure processing of high volumes of transactional data from UK credit providers. It has evolved into a suite of solutions that can be used across diverse business sectors, with the integrity and security qualities of the credit sector retained. In this partnership it is our newly launched machine learning element that will bring intelligent decisioning to their robotic process automation capability.”

Panintelligence was co-founded by Ms Moore and Ken Miller in 2014. The Pi software has more than 200,000 users worldwide.

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