PICC Software uses artificial intelligence and neural networks to aggregate the individual intelligence built through experience in a self-learning, increasingly powerful platform.
Collective intelligence is revealed in a knowledge map (KMAP), the core functionality of the software, which allows to intuitively move from a problem to its best known solution. KMAP is constantly fed with newly captured experiences as well as information coming from other systems : ERP, CRM, PLM, MES…
Collective intelligence is then used to find instantly actionable solutions which avoid to «reinvent the wheel».
PICC Software is up to now the only collective intelligence platform which gathers:
Through its unique engineering, PICC Software has almost no application limit. It is already used to steer innovation, identify new talents, enhance operational excellence, support digital transformation or manage CSR projects. And new use cases are regularly added
PICC Software is also the only collective intelligence platform to benefit from :
PICC Software collects, maps and retains knowledge to make it accessible to all. It organizes and fosters the collective intelligence of companies, NGO and academic organizations to help them to reach their full potential.
Constant is an expert in both operational excellence and systematic innovation.
After having worked for key players as well as start-ups in the CPG, health and luxury goods industries, he founded his own consulting firm and saved companies such as Airbus, Philip Morris, EBU millions of Euros using the Lean Six sigma and TRIZ principles.
As the CEO of PICC Solution, Constant is committed to combining his expertise and all the potential of new technologies (AI, neural networks, NLP, IoT…) in a digital solution that any company can afford and use to build up today’s most valuable asset : collective intelligence.
Simon is an expert in software engineering who started his career working on an ambitious project : translating systematic innovation principles into algorithms to provide companies with a software that could help them secure and accelerate their innovation process.
The project, led by a consortium composed of Alstom, ArcelorMittal, EADS and INSA Strasbourg and involving 10 researchers in linguistics, AI, algorithms and innovation methods, gave birth to a groundbreaking software called STEPS after 4 years of intensive work.
As CTO, Simon fed PICC SOFTWARE with its experience and is now committed to pushing the boundaries of our collective intelligence platform to respond to all the needs expressed by customers.