AccelTree started its journey in 2002 when smart phones or tablets were non-existent and when the telecom infrastructure was very poor. AccelTree developed mobility solutions which were implemented on small phones (candy phones).
AccelTree developed its own middleware called FREDTM an abbreviation for Front End Development tool which is an enterprise application platform, deployed as a server side component to support the front end applications.
FREDTM evolves into a MEAP with support for multiple applications.
AcceLife – a sales automation application for insurance is developed.
Mobile collections and mobile sales products are launched.
AccelTree developed CleanDoc an image enhancing tool, which can improve the captured document’s readability by corrections in the axis and reduction in the noise of the image.
The STALLIONTM Mobile Application Development Platform (MADP) is developed.
NASSCOM and Frost & Sullivan recognize AccelTree's product for Insurance Sales Acquisition as an 'Exemplar' in the enterprise mobility category.
AccelTree developed a rule engine which can be used on a device to give the results instantaneously. It runs in an offline mode on a device and can also be used in an online mode in the server.
It was branded as NuggetTM for the life insurance underwriting process. Nuggets ability to work offline and the fact that it can handle volume spikes was of tremendous value to the life insurance segment.
AccelTree’s Artificial Intelligence based chatbot, AccelBot was launched. The unique features of AccelBot are:
Multi-Bot architecture – Gives AccelBot the unique ability to manage human-like conversation without losing context.
No programming – In AccelBot one can model complex business logic and workflow without programming.
Combinatorics – AccelBot can manage business processes/logic involving multiple inter-dependent steps.