Quini Accelerates Wine Market Predictive Analytics Platform Development with New Funding from Government of Canada
VANCOUVER, BC – February 15, 2017 – Quini® (www.quiniwine.com), the leader in real-time wine tasting sensory data and technology solutions, today announced new funding from the National Research Council Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) and funding from Mitacs. The contributions will be used to accelerate the company’s plans for Quini 2.0 and QUINI DATA™, a breakthrough wine tasting sensory and consumer behaviour analytics platform.
QUINI DATA™ is aimed at decision makers in medium and large wine and hospitality organizations. These include wine producers, distributors and wholesalers, retailers, wine clubs, wine and hospitality industry associations, full-service restaurants and hotel operators.
The enterprise solution leverages Quini’s proprietary data and predictive modelling to enable executives to more quickly analyze, understand and respond to market demand, and anticipate forward-looking opportunities more efficiently and accurately.
“QUINI DATA™ will empower the wine and hospitality industries with faster, more precise decision making across functional areas that include the C-level suite, sales, marketing, operations and product innovation,” said Roger Noujeim, Quini’s chief executive officer. “NRC’s guidance, advisory services and funding contribution, and Mitacs’ support will ensure that our aggressive product plans for QUINI DATA™ are met, while helping us to grow, create more jobs and accelerate revenue.”
Quini expects to release a beta version of QUINI DATA™ in the second quarter of 2017.
Organizations interested in joining the QUINI DATA™ Beta Group can submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Preliminary information about QUINI DATA™ is available at https://quiniwine.com/wine-industry/analyzequinidata.
Quini is the leader in real-time wine tasting sensory data and technology solutions. Quini’s universal wine tasting and rating app completes the company’s solutions and is available for free download at QuiniWine.com. Privately held, Quini is headquartered in Vancouver, BC. The Quini project is co-funded by CMF (Canada Media Fund). Co-funding for QUINI DATA™ is provided by the Government of Canada, through the National Research Council (NRC).
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