TALLINN - Ender Turing, which develops a machine learning based speech recognition solution to augment human agents, joined the MIT Enterprise Forum CEE accelerator, affiliated with the world-renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The company is the first in its field to be accepted to the program.
Ender Turing’s automated speech recognition solution helps sales and customer care departments change the way they analyze customer interactions and promote their business. The Ender Turing speech recognition engine is already available in 24 languages and the upcoming acceleration program will support further platform development. As part of the acceleration program, Ender Turing will have the opportunity to test its solution on a large international company and, in cooperation with the enterprise partner, develop a high-level scalable product.
Ender Turing was also awarded the Poland Prize, as part of the acceleration program. The monetary prize will help Ender Turing expand its operations into the Polish market, where the company will focus on banking and insurance sectors, large IT companies and business processes outsourcing companies (BPOs) for customer care.
Olena Iosifova, co-founder of Ender Turing: “We are driven by vision and passion to create sales and support teams performance intelligence that will have a lasting impact on people and the economy in Europe. The market for our solution in Europe is valued at 4 billion euros and it grows by 17% annually. The upcoming accelerator program will bring us close to some of the world’s largest corporations and we can provide them with the tools to deliver a better service to a large number of people.”
MIT Enterprise Forum CEE accelerator training program is based on a validated system developed by entrepreneurs at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The accelerator runs two programs each year that culminate in a week-long bootcamp in Boston, Massachusetts USA, including visits, training, networking and pitching sessions, anchored by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The program is aimed at deep-tech startups for experimental development with large corporations. Program partners include well-known international companies such as Coca-Cola HBC, Adamed Pharma, PZU Insurance and Netguru.