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We are a key specialist Data Science & Machine Learning member of the Microsoft Partner Network. We hold accredited Gold level competencies in both Data Analytics and Data Platform.
Apogee Software specialise in the development of big data analytics and converting bleeding edge machine learning algorithms into production ready enterprise solutions for financial markets.
We are a AWS Consulting Partner specialised in Machine Learning services and implementation and broad experience across data and cloud strategy and implementation.
We collaborate with Imperial College to support innovation and research projects, and work with multiple clients to solve new and bleeding edge challenges.
We are a Google Cloud Platform partner specialised in Machine Learning services.
JTR are a close innovation partner and incubator for our Innovation Sandbox, exploring deep reinforcement learning and recurrent neural networks.
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