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PwC will become the company's largest corporate client OpenAI amid the AI ​​boom; understand

A PwC will become the company's largest customer and first reseller of the productariathere from OpenAI as part of a new agreement, said the accounting giant on Wednesday (29), as companies race to adopt and capitalize on the artificial intelligence Generative (AI).


PwC will launch the ChatGPT Enterprise, a chatbot version of the AI ​​startup backed by Microsoft aimed at large companies. The company will provide the ChatGPT Enterprise for its 75.000 employees in USA and 26.000 in United Kingdom, according to the Wall Street Journal, which was first to report the deal.

“We are actively engaged with genAI across more than 95% of consulting client accounts in the UK and US, as well as discussing the use and implications of AI with many of our audit clients,” PwC said.

However, it did not disclose the financial terms of the deal or details about its plans to resell the AI ​​product.


PwC said it has been developing custom GPTs to help its employees with tasks such as reviewing tax returns and generating dashboards and reports.

The agreement with OpenAI builds on PwC's previously announced plans for iinvest $1 billion in generative AI technologysaid the company.

A OpenAI has made efforts to add business customersariais beyond Microsoft.


A Reuters reported in April that the CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, hosted hundreds of executives from Fortune 500 companies in San Francisco, New York and London, where he and other executives presented AI services for corporate use, competing in some cases with Microsoft.

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