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nPlan, a startup co-founded by SEI Torino Forum 2019 participant Alan Mosca, is referenced by the Harvard Business Review thanks to its role in the digital revolution of project planning


Alan Mosca and nPlan

Alan Mosca, CTO and Co-founder of London-based startup nPlan as well as participant at the 2019 edition of the SEI Torino Forum, has seen his company recently referenced in an article by the Harvard Business Review as an example of how data is being used to revolutionize project planning quality and accuracy. nPlan focuses on predicting the outcomes of construction projects so that the complexity and risk associated can be understood and the most efficient and effective solutions can be found — all thanks to the use of machine learning. 

nPlan: the award-winning startup 

The startup’s revolutionary machine learning approach to learning from data on past projects is considered one of the biggest breakthroughs in scheduling in decades. nPlan has received numerous accolades over the last twelve months:

  • the 2019 Europa award for Hottest PropTech Startup,
  • the 2019 Digital Top 50 award for Early Stage Start-up
  • the 2019 Start-up of the Year at the New Civil Engineer TechFest Awards.

With over £1 million in research grants, it comes as no surprise that the company was named 1 of 15 Machine Learning Companies to Watch in 2019 by Forbes Magazine.

Learning from their experience 

Fellow Co-founder and CEO, Dev Amratia, is keen to always speak about his experience both as an entrepreneur and specialist in the field of AI. Click the link below to listen to his appearance on the Entrepreneur First podcast where he talks about essential advice for anyone preparing to pitch their business, how to approach investor meetings and insights as to why he chose to work with Alan. 

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