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OnSolve has announced a partnership with Babel Street, where Babel Street’s enriched publicly available data and linguistics technology will integrate into the OnSolve Platform. This will provide organizations with risk intelligence from sources gathered in the most common languages around the globe.

Together, both companies will leverage AI to provide customers with a contextualized view of global risks, captured in multiple languages, filtered for relevancy and translated into English.

“In today’s increasingly complex and dynamic risk landscape, the need to better understand the potential ripple effect physical threats have on organizations and industries has never been greater or more challenging,” said Mark Herrington, CEO, OnSolve. “OnSolve detected up to ten physical threats globally every minute in 2022. Our partnership with Babel Street, a leader in multilingual intelligence gathering, underscores our focus to aggressively increase global coverage and provide our customers with a complete view of risks to their people and operations, regardless of where they are located around the world.”  

Babel Street will also integrate OnSolve’s risk intelligence into the Babel Street Insights Platform. With precise geospatial awareness and the ability to rank risks by severity and correlate them to assets, Babel Street customers will have access to a comprehensive, precise view of known and unknown physical threats and vulnerabilities, including geopolitical risk, supplier viability, extreme weather, power outages, loss prevention and more.

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