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Radiant Solutions’ Ray Williams: AI & Other Tech Shape Agile Intelligence Capabilities

Ray Williams

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 4, 2018 — Ray Williams, vice president and general manager of Radiant Solutions‘ agile intelligence business, has said the company utilizes technologies such as analytics, artificial intelligence and cloud to develop capabilities in predictive analytics, interactive mission planning, advanced data visualization and agile intelligence, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 21.

Williams wrote in a blog post published Dec. 20 that the business unit he is in charge of aims to drive customer decision-making built on intelligence, meet customers’ geospatial needs using commercial-grade and open source technology, as well as integrate in-house solutions with those in the partner network.

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