NetworkNewsBreaks – AnalytixInsight Inc. (TSX.V: ALY) (OTCQB: ATIXF) Enters Distribution Agreement with Thomson Reuters

Artificial intelligence company AnalytixInsight Inc. (TSX.V: ALY) (OTCQB: ATIXF) this morning announced its entry into a distribution agreement with Thomson Reuters (TSX: TRI) (NYSE: TRI) whereby Thomson Reuters will distribute financial research reports created by AnalytixInsight’s artificial intelligence platform to customers on its financial desktop applications, Eikon and Thomson One. “Adding Thomson Reuters as a content distributor is a milestone achievement for us,” Prakash Hariharan, CEO of AnalytixInsight, stated in the news release. “They are the world’s leading information provider in financial markets, and we are very pleased to be their partner.” As part of this new agreement, Thomson Reuters will supply financial data to AnalytixInsight and distribute content generated by AnalytixInsight’s machine-learning platform to both clients and third parties.

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About AnalytixInsight Inc.

AnalytixInsight’s artificial intelligence platform transforms data into narratives. AnalytixInsight’s online portal CapitalCube algorithmically analyzes market price data and regulatory filings to create insightful, actionable narratives and research on approximately 50,000 global companies and ETFs, providing high-quality financial research and content for investors, information providers, finance portals and media. AnalytixInsight holds a 49 percent interest in Marketwall, a mobile platform for banking and stock trading. AnalytixInsight owns Euclides Technologies Inc., a workflow analytics systems integrator. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.AnalytixInsight.com

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