Voyager Labs
NEW YORK, March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Voyager Labs, a world leader in AI-based investigation solutions, is proud to announce it has partnered with Microsoft to provide cloud-based investigation platforms, guaranteeing fast, automated scalable and secure deployment. [caption id="attachment_16237" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Voyager Labs[/caption] Voyager Labs transforms the way public safety agencies fight against fraud, terror, trafficking, and other threats. Leveraging Microsoft Azure infrastructure and data services with its own AI technology, Voyager Labs empowers investigators to automatically uncover all relevant entities and their context, directing the next investigation move at the click of a button. "We are extremely proud that the Voyager Labs suite of solutions, featuring VoyagerInsights, the new investigation platform, is now also available on Microsoft Azure," said Avi Korenblum, Chief Executive Officer of Voyager Labs. "By using our artificial intelligence solutions based on leading cloud technology, we have made a rapid leap in the development of our platforms in the AI investigations sphere, providing customers around the world the ability to successfully mitigate new threats and fulfill their public safety commitment." "Law enforcement and intelligence agencies are increasingly leveraging AI solutions to keep up with today's sophisticated types of threats and the unprecedented amount of data concerning each investigation. Partners such as Voyager Labs, who have developed AI based SaaS platforms, are a great example for these kinds of solutions," said Kirk Arthur, senior director, WW Public Safety & Justice at Microsoft Corp. Voyager Labs had also earned co-sell ready status through the Microsoft One Commercial Partner program, which allows the company to work with Microsoft global sales teams across 170 countries to jointly offer its AI investigation solutions to Microsoft customers.

By PR Newswire

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