DataSkill Introduces TradeSun

After a decade of investment, TradeSun 3.0 shines bright on its own

San Diego, CA – February 8, 2019 – TradeSun 3.0, a groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence (AI) and patent pending cloud platform, is coming out from under the DataSkill umbrella, where it has been evolving for years. Since 1981, DataSkill has been supporting some of the world’s leading companies to innovate and revolutionize their industries with custom solutions in AI, document analytics, robotic vision, deep learning and Natural Language Processing (NLP).

Upon winning a global trade finance request for proposal (RFP) in 2017, DataSkill implemented TradeSun 2.0 for one of the world’s largest trade finance institutions. While proving the customized installation for over 2,000 makers and checkers, the minds behind TradeSun were constantly innovating the software, adding a new patent pending algorithm and architecting ultra-efficiency in the latest cloud technology, resulting in TradeSun 3.0.

“A long time in the making for sure with over a decade developing our AI technology and the last five years focused on trade finance, we now have a game changing platform for simplifying this heavily manual industry,” says Nigel Hook, CEO.

TradeSun powers the quick processing of trade finance contracts while simultaneously intercepting regulatory and fraudulent infractions. TradeSun combines deep learning and Natural Language Processing (NLP) to synthesize information from a wide variety, type and quality of complex trade documents. By guiding the knowledge worker, the Maker, the Checker and the Compliance Officer through their natural workflow, TradeSun amplifies the throughput, turnaround and thoroughness of trade operations; essentially transforming every Maker and Checker into super-makers and super-checkers.

In launching its own identity separate from DataSkill, TradeSun is building its brand with trade finance banks and related entities across the world. The new TradeSun exponential trade platform is simplifying and speeding up the whole chain in trade finance.

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