SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Daisy Intelligence Corporation, an artificial intelligence software-as-a-service platform, has been shortlisted for “Best Application of AI in the Enterprise,” at the AIconics awards, the world’s only independently-judged awards celebrating Artificial Intelligence for Business.

The winners will be announced at “The AI Summit San Francisco,” the world’s first and largest conference & exhibition to decipher the practical implications of AI for corporate organisations.

Following the significant advances made in recent AI technologies and applications in 2017, the AIconics awards was at its most competitive, with over 300 entries across the 10 awards.

“The retail industry, already an aggressively competitive landscape with very tight profit margins, is experiencing significant transformative changes right now,” said Gary Saarenvirta, CEO of Daisy Intelligence. “Everything from merchandising to assortment strategies to fraud prevention are orders of magnitude more complex than just a few years ago‎, and our team is proud to have helped some of the leading retail enterprises improve their results through the use of our AI powered intelligent agents. This recognition really reflects the hard work of our team, as well as the support of our customers.”

For more information and a list of finalists in all categories, please visit or contact Ciaran Daly, AI Business at

About Daisy Intelligence
Daisy Intelligence is an artificial intelligence software-as-a-service company that analyzes very large quantities of our clients’ transaction and operational data in order to make automated operational decision recommendations which our clients can immediately action to improve their business. Using our proprietary mathematical solutions and the Daisy A.I. based simulation platform, Daisy Intelligence analyses 100% of the tradeoffs inherent in any complex business question and provides weekly, specific recommendations to help our corporate clients grow total sales, improve margins, reduce fraud and delight customers.

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