The financial contribution from the Government of Canada will help support applications of Natural Language Processing to requirements authoring and analysis.
The $645k (CAD) contract is awarded under the Build In Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) to apply Natural Language Processing technology to requirements quality analysis – with the goal of substantial cost savings & on-time project development within the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND).
Twice per year, C100 invites 20 of the most promising companies in Canada to San Francisco for 48Hrs in the Valley, a program designed to support the organization’s mission to “bring the best of Silicon Valley to accelerate Canada’s innovation economy.”
Leveraging the Requirements Analysis Capabilities within QVscribe, the partnership will integrate QRA’s Natural Language Processing with Marinvent’s Synthesis Tool Suite for ensuring project optimization remains clear & consistent with one easy analysis.
“The QRA team is at a critical point for growth; we need to scale now in order to operationally handle the many incoming clients, countries, and industries. We’re really very happy, honoured, and excited to have been chosen to pilot the Lazaridis Institute Canadian Scale-Up program.” Jordan Kyriakidis – QRA Corp CEO & Co-Founder
“These are early days, but that’s what we do. It’s why we exist – and this funding is allowing us to work even harder towards fully accomplishing our mission.” Jordan Kyriakidis, QRA Corp CEO & Co-Founder – During the recent Atlantic Innovation Fund Announcement