AFWERX and 192d Wing Partners with Tackle Ai

The Tackle Ai Project HR Smart Weapon Will Deploy Immediately
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. - Oct. 12, 2020 - PRLog -- Tackle Ai today announced it has established a partnership with the United States Air Force's AFWERX and the Virginia Air National Guard's 192d Wing to provide artificial intelligence and workflow automation processes. Tackle Ai is excited to work on this project, named HR Smart Weapon, with the U.S. Air Force.

Through HR Smart Weapon, the 192d Wing will be able to:

  Increase speed and efficiencies of mundane, everyday workflows

2.   Improve data accuracy rates

3.   Save an estimated 150,000 man hours annually

"This is an exciting partnership for Tackle Ai," says Joe Stecher, CEO at Tackle Ai. "Our artificial intelligence capabilities were designed to perfectly fit the needs of DoD and Air Force units like the 192d Wing for this project and hopefully more in the future."

"To dominate in an era of pure competition, the first thing we need to do is unshackle our airmen," says General Stephen W. Wilson, Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force. "This year's vice chief challenge focuses on leveraging technology to give [airmen] back the most valuable thing we can… [their] time."

The partnership work has already begun and the 192d Wing will start seeing positive results, such as, time savings and reduction of data processing errors, nearly immediately.


About Tackle Ai: Tackle Ai ( is an innovative software company that utilizes its proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) platform to find, analyze, and organize dynamically unstructured data found within any type of document a business may have. Tackle Ai provides workflow automation on large amounts of documents and datasets which increases speed and efficiency while decreasing the chance of human error.

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