Gartner 2019 NLG Market Guide*
YSEOP is recognized as a Representative NLG Vendor
Natural Language Generation offers significant opportunities to improve operations and user experience. Whether you are considering your first NLG use case or are scaling up to enterprise deployment, this guide provides a clear view of the NLG market to help you seize the opportunities for your business.
According to Gartner, “NLG offers significant opportunities to improve operations and user experiences” and its strategic assumption is that “by 2022, 25% of enterprises will use some form of natural language generation technology”.
Gartner’s first Market Guide for NLG provides a clear overview to help you understand and navigate the NLG landscape, including:
- Market definition and direction
- Solution capabilities and summaries of representative vendors
- Example use cases across industries
- Guidance on how to approach NLG within your business
Download the guide to discover how to identify business use cases for NLG, determine key vendor selection criteria, and learn why YSEOP is recognized as a representative vendor.
What is Natural Language Generation?
Natural Language Generation (NLG) turns structured data into written narrative, making data universally understandable. It is also instrumental in automating the writing of data-driven narratives with varied potential use cases including financial reports, clinical studies, sales meeting minutes, and more.
* Gartner, Market Guide for Natural Language Generation Platforms, 27 June 2019, Bern Elliot, Anthony Mullen, Adrian Lee, Rita Sallam
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