Instaknow Software

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Instaknow
Formation1999
Typeprivate
HeadquartersNew Jersey,USA
Region
Worldwide
Key people
Paul Khandekar(CEO)
Websitehttps://www.instaknow.com

Instaknow is a New Jersey-based organization that offers computer programming and system automation services. This technology integrates business processes and information across internal and external systems of various business organizations. Instaknow started deploying Process Automation Solutions in 2003[1].

Services[change | change source]

The automated processes, custom rules and logic, developed by Instaknow’s “Human Intelligence Automation” technology across the different sources, are said to not involve any coding, and will not require expensive programming modifications[2] to the integrated business systems, within an organization.[3][4][5] This technology’s major applications include fraud detection, supply chain and logistics management[6], business process management[7], business integration, and artificial intelligence.[8][9]

Patents[change | change source]

Instaknow is said to have five granted patents. Their first AI patent was granted in 2004[10][11], for their technology that involved automated data extraction from Web pages. For its multiple-system process automation technology, three patents were granted in 2006[12][13], 2008[14][15] and 2011[16][17][18]. Instaknow was granted its fifth patent in 2016, for its Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology.[19]

References[change | change source]

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  2. "DoD SBIR FY05.3 - SOLICITATION SELECTIONS w/ ABSTRACTS". sbir.defensebusiness.org. Retrieved 2017-10-03.
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  6. "GL&SCS and CSCMP Present the Supply Chain Innovation Awards of 2008". www.supplychainbrain.com. Retrieved 2017-10-03.
  7. Onley, By Dawn S.; Nov 05, 2003. "Army briefings get up to date -". GCN. Retrieved 2017-10-03.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  8. "Parking Ticket? What Parking Ticket? - Article - Auto Rental News". www.autorentalnews.com. Retrieved 2017-10-03.
  9. "Middleware quickly closing the great software divide – DC Velocity". www.dcvelocity.com. Retrieved 2017-10-03.
  10. Khandekar, Pramod, "Automated data extraction and reformatting", [1]
  11. Khandekar, Pramod, "United States Patent: 6732102 - Automated data extraction and reformatting", [2]
  12. Khandekar, Pramod, "Method and system of deploying server-based applications", [3]
  13. Khandekar, Pramod, "United States Patent: 7073126 - Method and system of deploying server-based applications", [4]
  14. Khandekar, Pramod, "Method and system of deploying server-based applications", [5]
  15. Khandekar, Pramod, "United States Patent: 7437342 - Method and system of deploying server-based applications", [6]
  16. Khandekar, Pramod, "Method and system of deploying server-based applications", [7]
  17. Khandekar, Pramod, "United States Patent: 7979377 - Method and system of deploying server-based applications", [8]
  18. Khandekar, Pramod, "United States Patent: 7979377 - Method and system of deploying server-based applications", [9]
  19. Khandekar, Pramod, "United States Patent: 9443005 - Systems and methods for natural language processing", [10]