French startup Sweep’s platform is designed to give companies a view of carbon emissions internally and across their supply chains. It is one of a growing number of startups specializing in this area. Sweep’s differentiation is the founding team’s expertise in business intelligence. “Reducing emissions is a data problem and a network problem,” says CEO Rachel Delacour. “The challenge is to connect all the information systems of a very large ecosystem and then augment all that data collection with the right carbon knowledge.“

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Signal AI uses machine learning to understand a business’ context and extract critical knowledge from news, broadcasts, podcasts, social media and regulatory data in some 200 markets in over 100 languages. Its “decision augmentation” platform then delivers relevant knowledge through a SaaS interface, real-time alerts, interactive dashboards, and an API suite to help business leaders across a range of industries make informed choices. The U.K. scale-up says its data and insights are currently delivered to over 40% of the Fortune 500.

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Developments in 2022 will require a new understanding of the word agile. Read former Cisco Executive Chairman John Chambers’ exclusive column in The Innovator to find out what to expect and how to best prepare.

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