We aim to democratize Artificial Intelligence

We aim to democratize the most important technological breakthrough in human history, technology of intelligence. Evolutionary increase of intelligence in homo sapiens changed the world. Increased intelligence in machines can trigger a step change of similar proportions and we aim to be the platform for companies to lead that change.

Transparent

We are building a transparent marketplace of companies offering B2B AI services. We use transparent criteria like reviews, website visitors, the number of times a company is searched on Google, their number of employees etc. With these transparent criteria, we allow companies to look beyond marketing speak, beyond huge marketing budgets to understand how they can use AI in their businesses and evaluate AI products and services objectively.

In-depth

We are not just observers.We conduct our own research, challenge vendors, talk to users and, when possible, use the products & services ourselves to understand their value.

Direct

Our users have little time to discover new tech solutions and solve their problems. We will not waste your time with unnecessary verbiage. We uncover insights and share them in the simplest manner possible.

Why do we do this?

B2B  tech procurement is broken. Cem Dilmegani founded AIMultiple after a decade of advising Fortune 500 in using technology for improving performance. Working both as a consultant and as a tech buyer, he saw that he could either get raw data on vendor popularity and performance or opaquely prepared views of analysts’ assessments of vendors. Getting the raw data and aggregating it was time consuming and relying on opaque data was not his thing.

Working with AI companies, he also had the chance to see their side of the experience. They spend long hours explaining their solutions to analysts with little to show for. They need to work with review aggregator sites where companies’ fates are decided by people who are trying to spend as little time as possible while filling out a review so they can get their free coffee for the review and move on.

So he set out to use all available data on tech vendor performance, with a focus on AI, to formulate a transparent analysis of vendor performance that requires no additional effort from tech companies. They just need to get more customers and we observe the results in terms of their improved features, increased traffic, team size and reviews. Yeah, we couldn’t abolish the fact that coffee-for-review model is still an important factor but at least we help tech companies get more recognition just by registering with us in a few minutes and building their business.

How did we get here?

As any entrepreneur would admit, it was/is not an easy path. In the first year of AIMultiple, we tried hundreds of initiatives such as newsletters to share our analysis. Two of those initiatives, well written research articles and transparent vendor lists, worked and we stuck with them. We are now a global, remote team focused on  helping firms find AI solutions.

Why are we called AIMultiple?

Financial metrics such as net income and EBITDA developed during 20th century have been used to value companies. In the future, a tech company’s AI capabilities (its unique data, capability of its workforce, systems, network of suppliers and culture) will be determining that company’s value. We help companies build their AI capabilities so they can take advantage of AI and multiply their value.

Are we truly, absolutely, 100% objective?

No. No company is. All companies in our industry, from G2 to Gartner, earn revenues either from the companies whose products they cover or from the companies whose tech procurement decisions they support. So do we. We are aware of the complications this brings. To manage this we completely rely on data that is publicly available and we clearly identify the sources of our data in our vendor lists on aimultiple.com.

Our research articles include more speculation, it is not possible to predict future of an industry in an objective way. We are biased by our interactions with vendors and tech buyers when we make predictions. We are aware of this and it is the nature of our work. We maintain the highest level of professional standards and try to clearly explain the rationale behind our predictions.

We are building the most objective industry analyst and we are aware that there is no such thing as 100% objectivity. Knowing the inherent dynamics of our business allows us to build mechanisms to manage them.

Reach out to us at [email protected]. We help companies to find the right AI solutions and AI companies to improve their products and communication.