Leveraging generative AI technology, the new tool optimizes creation of slides, decks, and other presentation materials; new studio will further enhance its graphic design, illustration, animation, podcasts, video, and production capabilities, among other creative services.
Integreon, a global provider of creative, business, and legal services, has launched Creo, a patent-pending sophisticated generative AI tool that optimizes the creation of slides, decks and other presentation content. Additionally, Integreon has expanded its Manila delivery center with a new state-of-the-art design studio which will further enhance its graphic design, illustration, animation, podcasts, video, and production capabilities, among other creative services.
From the Latin root for "create, bring into being," Creo automates a wide range of time-consuming tasks in generating presentation materials including formatting, design editing, and image enhancement. Developed by Integreon's creative solutions team and in-house innovation team, i-Lab, this latest tool will further streamline the creation and production of strategic slides and decks.
"For 25 years, Integreon has showcased why it is a global leader in graphic design and production," said Murray Joslin, EVP of Creative and Business Solutions at Integreon. "Our clients are also leaders from highly competitive industries including consulting, investment banking, and financial services where the quality and strength of their presentation materials is their differentiator. They rely on our creative design services for high-quality, skilled resources and timely work. Creo and our newly expanded Manila design studio, further showcase our commitment to innovation, client collaboration, and investment for creative services delivery."
Located in Manila's Makati Central Business District, the Philippines has long been a strategic hub for Integreon's creative services. The opening of the design studio expands the company's capabilities, enables exceptional creative services across a range of mediums, and supports its focus on developing and identifying new and emerging visual technologies.
"Content creation and design is an area that is experiencing rapid change and is rife with opportunities for enabling technology," commented Subroto Mukerji, Integreon CEO. "The development of Creo and the opening of the Manila design studio is a direct reflection of our focus on leveraging technology and the investment we are making in the future of creative services."