Synteda joins Swedsoft

Swedsoft is happy to welcome Synteda as a new member. Synteda is a company that focuses on the latest technologies within artificial intelligence, Computer Vision and Data management.

We had the opportunity for a small chat with Maycel Isaac, CEO and founder of Synteda.

Every success starts with a dream. We help bring those dreams to life. says Maycel. At Synteda we assist companies to embrace the era of AI effectively and take advantage of its vast possibilities by delivering innovative solutions.

Synteda has grown rapidly since the start and now has offices in Gothenburg, Stockholm and Cracow. Synteda’s team of qualified experts provide assessment to identify challenges and explore different ideas to enhance effectiveness and develop specific algorithms to overcome company challenges.

Since the start Synteda has launched various platform solutions utilizing several cutting-edge technologies, says Maycel. He continues, a few examples are Be-metrics solution by Synteda and Hotego. Be-metrics is a solution that identify patterns on people’s behavior and learn about their preferences to provide unique experiences. Hotego is an easy-to-use application and system based on AI that allows users to effortlessly request any service with just one tap from the comfort of their rooms or visiting local landmarks. The application gives insights about guest’s preferences that helps to optimize campaigns and events based on statistics.

We are currently working on several products and providing solutions to several clients within various industry fields in close collaboration with top universities in Sweden Maycel finishes.

We are happy to welcome Synteda as a new Swedsoft member. They are working with solutions within areas that are interesting to many of our members and we look forward to their commitment and contribution to Swedsoft says Gabriel Modéus, Swedsoft’s secretary general.


News


Summer greetings from Swedsoft

Meetings and activities In the beginning of 2022 we, together with the other organizations in our Vinnova funded project, Linneaus

Swedsoft’s comments on the Data Act

In June Swedsoft submitted our views on the European Commisson’s proposal for a regulation on harmonised rules on fair access

Three universities & one course on digitalized production – Challenges and lessons learned

Three Swedish universities (namely Mälardalen University, University West, and Linneaus University) have formed a distinctive collaboration to develop a flexible

Artificial and human intelligence through learning: Why industry 4.0 needs a human-centric perspective

Andreas de Blanche is a senior lecturer in computer engineering at University West. His research deals with computer simulations and