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As Daisy establishes itself as one of Canada’s leading artificial intelligence companies, we’re starting to attract more of the spotlight.

A new publication, Wired Different, has included Daisy within its “Toronto 50”, which profiles the leading start-ups in the Greater Toronto Area.

“It’s exciting to be recognized as one of Toronto’s most dynamic and fast-growing companies”, said Gary Saarenvirta, Daisy’s founder and CEO.

“As Toronto emerges as the world’s leading hubs for A.I. and machine learning, it’s rewarding to see Daisy’s profile expand. What we’re doing for retailers and insurance companies is disruptive and, as important, helps them generate stronger financial results by leveraging the power of A.I.”

Daisy’s inclusion within the Toronto 50 is the company’s latest accolade.

In September, Daisy beat out 15 other companies to capture first place at the ElevateR: Pitch: AI Edition. The prize was $5-million in funding from Espresso Capital.

Earlier this year, Daisy was recognized as the “Best Start-up” at the 2018 Alconics awards, which celebrates A.I. for business. Gartner Inc. also named Daisy as a “Cool Vendor in AI for Retail”.

“We’ve made a lot of great progress this year,” Saarenvirta said. “As companies look to capitalize on A.I., our ability to deliver high profits and sales is resonating. We’re really about what’s ahead in 2019.”

 

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