One97 Communications, Paytm announced the launch of its AI Cloud “Paytm AI Cloud for India” meant for Developers, Startups and Enterprises. This made-in-India AI-powered cloud offers a suite of business-centric apps for organisations that need high-quality solutions for cloud computing, ready-to-use services to automate their workflow, easy to integrate payments, messaging and customer engagement without the hassle of managing hardware and software. Our aim is to enable the future-of-work with Cloud Computing, AI and mobility-driven-innovation.
Paytm AI Cloud processes and stores all consumer data locally in servers located only in India while conforming to the highest security and privacy standards.
It also offers in-built CRM, Campaign Management and easy to integrate payment solutions. The platform has also built various tech solutions for the enterprises that includes an affordable, easy-to-access computing services, ready-to-use apps, pattern recognition tech, pre-trained models and predictive computation to businesses. We have partnered with Alibaba for this Cloud Computing Infrastructure, and will soon offer enterprise-messaging solutions in partnership with DingTalk.
Sujit Kumar Mishra, Vice President — Paytm“Every new-age organisation needs to be AI-enabled. They need access to infrastructure to quickly sandbox their ideas, run through multiple experiments, and iterate hypothesis without worrying about managing their infrastructure. They need growth engines to acquire customers, engage one-to-one with them, and AI empowered systems to predict their business. With these, they need better collaboration and workflow automation tools to become more productive & efficient. Paytm AI Cloud packages all these into one; saving organisations time, money & resources, so they are able to better focus on building products that change the world. At Paytm, we have always ensured the highest standards of customer data privacy and security. Our customers data is processed and stored locally in India with no access to any third party or investors.”
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