Fusion introduces AI-powered assistant

Fusion Risk Management has today unveiled its new generative AI-powered assistant, Fusion Resilience Copilot.

The new tool operationalises Fusion expertise to create an advisor within the Fusion Framework System platform that enables users to more efficiently resolve questions, gain deeper insight into incidents, and quickly act on them.

As of today, Fusion is inviting customers to apply to join the beta programme.

“Generative AI has continued to improve on technology’s ability to drive efficiency in manual processes, and agility is a critical component of risk and resilience programs,” said Eric Jackson, chief product officer, Fusion Risk Management. “Customers choose Fusion not just for our platform but also for our nearly two decades of continuity and resilience program expertise.

“Resilience Copilot provides a streamlined approach to advisory by combining Fusion’s industry insights, customer program context, and public information, allowing consistent best practices for all enabled clients. This is the first phase of Fusion’s larger strategic investment in AI-powered solutions, demonstrating our dedication to innovating and providing purpose-built tools that help our customers build robust and dynamic resilience programmes.”

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