24% of the companies that use this technology state that they do so in production processes, 22% in marketing and sales and 10% in logistics.
“There are numerous uses for this technology, but in all cases a situation is repeated and that is that it is constantly obtaining data. This data must be managed correctly to get the performance out of Artificial Intelligence”, says Sancho Lerena, CEO of the Spanish Pandora FMS.
AI in the Spanish economy
According to the ONSTI, in 2023, the automation of workflows and support in decision making are the most used processes in relation to AI. The data monitoring technology offered by Pandora FMS has been able to reduce the workload in sectors such as retail by up to 30%, through the use of software solutions that allow the supervision and control of a structure from a single computer.
AI triggers the Spanish economy: from controlling shipments to managing data
Currently, the company has incorporated Artificial Intelligence into its monitoring anomaly detection engine, called MADE, developed in collaboration with the Carlos III University.
This system is based on the ability of AI to detect variations in data related to seasonality, which allows predictions and facilitates decision making. In addition, the model combines the precision of manual configuration with the ability of automatic detection using algorithms.