Congratulations are in order for our clients Osmo and SirionLabs, which were selected for Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies of 2017.
This annual list is assembled by Fast Company writers and editors, who surveyed thousands of enterprises around the world and identified the companies with the most impact on the broader business world, industry and culture.
We have to agree – these companies have had tremendous impact on their respective fields. And for us, it’s awesome validation of our work in AI, automation and computer vision through our Wareness studio
Topping the Education list is Osmo, an award-winning game system that uses augmented reality (AR) and computer vision to change how kids interact with their iPads, opening it up to hands-on play. Co-founders Pramod Sharma and Jérôme Scholler, and Head of Marketing & Community Karen O’Dell, have been instrumental in building the “new play movement,” one that introduces a dimension of digital play where kids use their hands to draw and play, boosting fine motor skills and creativity. Fascinating and fun for kids, and a sigh of relief for parents concerned with mindless screentime zombifying their kids.
SirionLabs, a SaaS platform that automates the fulfillment of complex contracts, was named as one of India’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies.
Founded in 2012, our clients Ajay Agrawal (CEO), Claude Marais (President), and Indus Khaitan (CMO) have built SirionLabs into a company now recognized for reinventing the way enterprises increase the value of their complex services agreements, while reducing risk and slashing inefficiencies. SirionLabs’ technology combines contract management with performance, financial, risk, and relationship management in order to drive higher value in strategic relationships for enterprises. Sirion tracks contracts with over $3 billion in total value and has delivered hard savings of over $44.2M for its customers over the period of a year.
Congrats to Osmo and SirionLabs – we are excited to watch your innovations impact the world.