Integrating AI and natural language processing into enterprise data platforms.
Fueling real-time, global responses through secondary data review and analysis.
Informing global communities through accessible digital platforms.
Ensuring robust humanitarian response through modern data architecture.
The Data Entry and Exploration Platform (DEEP) was born in 2015 with the idea of being an AI-driven platform designed to improve data processes and information management to humanitarian crises at field and global levels. We are pleased to be the platform's technical hosts and to support the work of global organizations by providing secondary data review and analysis in the tool itself.
Since its inception, DFS has been at the forefront of digital innovation and modern data strategy in the humanitarian sector. DFS is one of the principal architects and technical lead of DEEP (Data Entry & Exploration Platform).
After piloting a small-scale study to explore the potential for machine learning and AI to help us gather more information on the activities of local branches around the world, we needed a technical partner. That’s when we heard about DFS. We really enjoyed working with them. They confirmed our assumptions about potential data gaps on the digital transformation journey and provided a code review, in-depth research, and recommendations that were used to inform our next steps.
Data Literacy Lead, International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies
The DFS team reviewed information from over a thousand sources of qualitative data on the situation in Colombia and managed to turn all this messy data into something that could immediately be used for our strategic planning for next year.
Information Manager, UNHCR Colombia
The DFS team is thorough and has a great mix of technical, analytical and research skills. They kept us updated while reviewing our pilot and provided recommendations for future planning.
Federation- wide Databank and Reporting System Coordinator, International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies