Box launches AI content strategy consulting services

Box is introducing new consulting services designed to assist customers in implementing an AI content strategy within their organizations. These services, available through Box Consulting, offer customized workshops, implementation roadmaps, managed deployment with comprehensive training and support, and hands-on guidance.

The services expand Box Consulting’s existing portfolio, and include:

  1. AI Transform Services: These services provide organizations with the opportunity to work with a technical team experienced in AI. Customized workshops, a tailored Box AI implementation roadmap, and execution assistance are part of this offering. It is designed for organizations seeking strategic guidance on using AI to impact their unstructured data.
  2. AI Deploy Services: Aimed at helping organizations move from concept to return on investment, these services include managed deployment for Box AI. They are tailored to specific business needs and come with training and change management support. This offering is suitable for organizations with broad AI ambitions but limited resources.
  3. AI Enable Services: This offering focuses on providing hands-on guidance and training to IT leaders, enabling them to drive Box AI enablement and education across their business. It is designed for organizations that have the necessary resources but need guidance to execute their AI goals effectively.

The new Box Consulting services for AI are currently available for purchase.

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