RevUnit Develops Transformative Digital Solutions with AI & Machine Learning
RevUnit, an award-winning digital product agency, also prides itself on being on the cutting edge of transformative business technologies.
Michael Paladino is the CTO and Co-Founder of RevUnit — he started the company with business partner, Joe Saumweber in 2012.
“The goal [when we started RevUnit] was to build a great digital product company, “ he said, “Our focus on emerging technologies has been to look at technology that could have the biggest impact on the products that we build for our clients. Early on we identified that artificial intelligence and machine learning were the number one priority for us.”
RevUnit has specifically committed to building intelligent platforms and products that best apply AI and machine learning capabilities.
“To be considered intelligent it must do one or more of three things: automate the mundane, uncover insights, or adapt to their user or their environment,” said Paladino, “A lot of the work we’ve been doing with clients has been around automation, predictive insights, and recommendation engines.”
Their continuous push to produce innovative work has earned RevUnit a slew of accolades and awards. They have been named to the “Inc 5000” list of fastest growing American companies, are one of Entrepreneur magazine’s “360 Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America”, and recognized as a “Best Place To Work” for three consecutive years.
In June 2018, RevUnit joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA), an organization built to establish transparent blockchain standards. Other members include J.B. Hunt, UPS, Google, FedEx, and more. Spruce Feinstein, a technology architect at RevUnit, also serves on the BiTA Interoperability Standards Working Group.
RevUnit works closely with clients in the transportation and logistics industry and sees great value in being part of a convening entity like BiTA.
“It’s our opinion that blockchain will absolutely enable a lot of transformative types of technologies and applications. We’ll continue to see a lot of proof of concepts but the real transformation won’t happen until protocols are established and companies can work together and share information,” said Paladino, “We’re doing as much as we can to be part of the proof of concepts and helping to ensure how companies use the data.”
Currently, RevUnit is headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas and has another office in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their commitment to innovation has opened doors across the country as they push the industry to new heights.