Free Up Your Product Development Team With AI Automation

Are you developing products? Would a virtual assistant that takes over mundane tasks save you time and prevent frustration?

Developing modern products is becoming increasingly complex. This is due to customer expectations, market pressure, compliance requirements and the availability of new technologies.

This, in turn, increases the workload of your team. They are confronted with a larger and larger pile of tasks. But many of these tasks are mundane: They take up time of your team and prevent them to focus on the important, creative activities, like product development.

Semiant is an AI-based assistant that works directly in your favorite tool. It performs the mundane tasks behind the scenes and frees up your team’s time.

Semiant can deal with natural language

No need to capture requirements differently than you already do

No need to learn a new tool

Seamlessly interoperates with your existing requirements tool or ALM solution

Always up to date

Semiant continuously updates derived information, directly in your working environment

Artificial Intelligence with Modular Skills

Semiant works with modular “Skills”. A skill is a capability that takes over an activity and that plugs into Semiant. Once activated, Semiant looks for work to do (in your favorite tool) and simply does it. We will add more and more skills over time.

Key to automation is the ability to process written language. Semiant analyzes your requirements and performs appropriate actions, depending on the skill. Possible applications are:

  • Finding contradictions, ambiguities and other issues
  • Rewriting notes into proper requirements
  • Providing a quality score for requirements and suggestions on how to improve them
  • Creation and maintenance of traceability, e.g. between risks and requirements

The first skill that Semiant masters is glossary generation.

First Skill: Glossary Generation

“Our development teams often start a new project by first creating a glossary. And before you know it, they burned through half the budget without coming to an agreement.”

Dr. Veit Lauterberg, Chief System Architect, Thales Group

The first Semiant skill is glossary generation and maintenance. Glossaries are useful, as they align teams by providing a common language. The also help you to speed up development by providing traceability to related concepts and requirements.

The video (right) shows in 3 minutes how Semiant integrates into Jama to provide uses with an always up to date glossary that provides traceability to the related requirements. Integrations with many other tools like Polarion, DOORS Next, Codebeamer or Confluence are possible.

Yes, please generate my free glossary

We would love to show you how glossary generation works. Therefore, we will generate a glossary from your data, for free. It does not matter whether you have five or 50.000 requirements.

Many customers are concerned about sharing content that contains their (or their customer’s) intellectual property. We are happy to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with you. Please contact us to set this up.

Or, if you are ready, please use the form to the right to submit what you have.

Black Box

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Artificial Intelligence

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