Low-Code platform Zvolv, launches new middleware

28th May 2023
Low-Code platform Zvolv, launches new middleware

Mumbai, May 28, 2023: Zvolv, a leading global enterprise hyperautomation company has  announced new generative AI capabilities along with the launch of the 3.0 version of its micro-services Low-Code No-Code (LCNC) platform.
The new middleware – Z-wall - expands Zvolv’s already extensive enterprise automation and app-building functionality with built‑in capabilities that enable leveraging the power of generative AI in next generation enterprise AI apps.
The unveiling of these new Zvolv capabilities was done at Zvolv’s annual CXO meet held this month in Mumbai, attended by 50+ CIOs and CEOs from leading enterprises across industry verticals like retail, aviation and logistics, and several of the Zvolv ecosystem partners.
Enterprises today are rushing to adopt generative AI in every possible area, whether to increase productivity, enhance decision-making powered by data-driven insights, or to improve customer and employee experience. However, privacy and scalability concerns hinder organizations from fully embracing AI into their applications. The risk of sensitive data leak is high, the time and cost it takes for deploying private GPT models with adequate controls on usage, reliability and compliance is significant. With rapid evolution of generative AI technology coupled with a scarcity of developer resources, platform approaches to developing new AI applications give fast Time to Market (TTM), low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and eliminate risk.
Zvolv’s hyperautomation microservices platform combined with the Z-wall AI orchestration engine will empower businesses to rapidly deploy the world’s best AI and automation capabilities in their products and services, enabling its customers to realize the promise of generative AI in a secure, trusted way.
“The age of web/mobile apps is now evolving into an age of AI apps, which will dominate the vast majority of the 500M+ enterprise applications to be developed in the next 3-4 years. From a point and click based DIY (Do it Yourself) capabilities of today’s apps, we will see a lot more conversation based GID (Get it Done) capabilities in future AI apps. Today’s new workforce is already getting accustomed to leveraging generative AI in many aspects of their life outside work, and the same level of intelligence and experience will be expected from workplace applications. By leveraging a combination of generic and fine-tuned intelligence in LLM (Large Language Model) models, AI apps will be inherently smarter, more efficient with advanced automation and above all offer a human-like conversational user experience.” said Hardik Gandhi, Chief Executive Officer, Zvolv.
The integration of generative AI in the Zvolv microservices platform will enable enterprises to build AI apps in hours with little to no developer dependence, driving an overall enterprise AI strategy with privacy, security and ethics at the core of the transformation