ServiceNow, NVIDIA, and Accenture Launch AI Lighthouse to Fast-Track Enterprise Generative AI

In an industry-first, the AI Lighthouse program brings together the best of ServiceNow's enterprise automation platform, NVIDIA's AI supercomputing and software, and Accenture's consulting and deployment services.

ServiceNow, NVIDIA, and Accenture Launch AI Lighthouse to Fast-Track Enterprise Generative AI
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ServiceNow, NVIDIA, and Accenture have teamed up to launch AI Lighthouse, a first-of-its-kind program aimed at accelerating the development and adoption of generative AI capabilities for enterprises.

The new collaboration expands on existing partnerships between the three companies and will allow select pioneering customers to work together in designing, building, and deploying customized generative AI applications to transform their business operations.

According to the companies, the program combines ServiceNow's enterprise automation platform, NVIDIA's AI supercomputing and software, and Accenture's consulting and implementation services. Through this comprehensive offering, enterprise customers can collaborate as design partners in creating tailored large language models and generative AI applications to advance their specific business needs.

"This partnership forges the market-leading blueprint for AI-first enterprise innovation," said ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott. "The AI Lighthouse program will inspire breakthrough ideas that massively boost ROI through applied intelligence across the enterprise."

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang emphasized that businesses across industries are rapidly looking to incorporate generative AI, more than any past technology shift. "NVIDIA, ServiceNow, and Accenture are partnering to lead customers in deploying generative AI to transform the applications they use daily," he said.

Accenture CEO Julie Sweet highlighted that generative AI presents enormous potential for enterprises to reinvent work, strengthen services, differentiate themselves and reach new performance levels.

The AI Lighthouse program will reportedly focus on creating solutions for IT service management, customer service, and employee experience. This includes automating tedious tasks, promoting self-service options, generating content, and boosting developer productivity.

Since May, ServiceNow has already begun testing new generative AI capabilities on its Now Platform with large companies across pharmaceuticals, financial services, manufacturing, and healthcare. AI Lighthouse aims to build on these efforts and drive more enterprise implementations.

NVIDIA will provide its accelerated computing and AI software, while ServiceNow contributes its workflow automation platform. Accenture will apply its functional knowledge and generative AI experience to bring solutions to life.

The launch of AI Lighthouse underscores the momentum behind generative AI and its potential to fundamentally transform enterprise operations. As this powerful technology proliferates, it is rewriting the rules of business and disrupting traditional value chains.

Companies across every industry are rushing to explore ways to capitalize on the immense opportunities enabled by generative AI. The technology promises to automate repetitive tasks, generate intelligent content, boost productivity, and enhance customer experiences. Early adopters stand to gain lasting competitive advantages.

However, businesses must also stay ahead of the disruptive forces of generative AI. As the technology matures, it will reshape business models, alter market dynamics, and displace human roles. Proactive companies are wise to explore its possibilities, and partnerships such as AI Lighthouse can provide a valuable collaboration blueprint.

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