Refinitiv enters into strategic partnership with ModuleQ
The partnership will help provide proactive, mission-critical business information directly in their workflow, to professionals across various industries.
Provider of financial markets data and infrastructure Refinitiv today announces that it has invested in and entered a strategic partnership agreement with ModuleQ, a Microsoft partner for Office 365 and Microsoft Teams.
The partnership of Refinitiv and ModuleQ will help provide proactive, mission-critical business information directly in their workflow, to professionals across industries from sales teams, lawyers and bankers to company executives.
Refinitiv and ModuleQ have been collaborating since 2018. Using their machine learning and analytics capabilities, they have provided proactive insights tailored to professionals’ current work priorities via the ModuleQ app by leveraging Refinitiv Intelligent Tagging and Refinitiv Knowledge Graph.
Through this collaboration, the companies aim to continue to integrate select Refinitiv content, which may include Aftermarket Research and Company Profiles, enabling the ModuleQ app to extract important business insights related to the fast-changing priorities of individual professional users.
The ModuleQ application is particularly useful for professional services businesses, including banking, consulting or legal advisory, whose teams need to keep on top of the latest news relevant to their clients.
ModuleQ’s Personal Data Fusion™ AI is based on data fusion technology, adapted by ModuleQ to cut through information overload and help professionals stay informed about their priorities. ModuleQ’s enterprise solution is delivered as a virtual application within a customer’s secure instance of Microsoft Azure and behind the customer firewall.
Refinitiv machine learning solutions which help to power the Q application include Refinitiv Intelligent Tagging, which uses natural language processing (NLP), text analytics and data-mining technologies to derive meaning from vast amounts of unstructured content, including news articles and more, and Refinitiv Knowledge Graph, a linked data feed of the Refinitiv financial content sets with a pre-identified set of relationships helping customers to uncover previously undetected connections within and across data sets.