Engineering knowledge learned by trained AI models significantly reduce manual engineering interventions.
Built-in collaboration enables seamless workflow between the suppliers and engineers to answer technical queries in a single source system.
Natural language processing (NLP) and contextual understanding ensures that users simply upload a document to create data automatically.
We have created an entirely new genre called ELP which enables Rudy to be document or template agnostic.
No changes in the client’s process or templates are used nor changes needed in supplier response templates.
Rudy uses micro AI to convert documents into actionable information and delivers it in easily understandable formats like lists, ranks and scores, infographics, summary extracts or API outputs.
Rudy understands the context and document types, and then reads, analyzes and summarizes the information.
Rudy compares the document with client defined or industry defined standards. Rudy has been trained on these standards by industry experts to build extensive models.
Rudy ranks and scores the documents based on the context and document type. The output can be presented as either a scored list, summary extracts or infographics.
Rudy provides automation and collaboration features that highlight the discrepancies in supplier responses and engineering drawings, while serving as a singular source platform to capture resolutions for all issues and discussions across all stakeholders. Rudy provides the following core modules :
Engineers can upload material requisitions and supplier technical responses. Rudy will compare them to highlight discrepancies.
Engineers can upload versions of supplier drawings and Rudy will compare the drawings and highlight the differences.
Every discrepancy will trigger an automated workflow to the right stakeholder to resolve the issues. This can be triggered manually as well.
Rudy provides client configurable Key performance indicators (KPIs) and analytics. It comes with built in Application Programming Interface (APIs) and web services to feed data to corporate wide data warehouses.