OxValue.AI Unveils Significant Upgrade to Valuation Software
10 Jul 2023
Company News- OxValue.AI is pleased to announce significant enhancements to our valuation software, providing higher quality and smoother valuation services to our clients.
Over the past few months, our software has undergone unprecedented advancements. In mid-April, we completed the development of Valuation Software 1.0, delivering the capability to manage valuation processes offline and enhancing data security. The software features tailored valuation procedures for different industries, thereby enhancing efficiency and accuracy in valuation results.
Building on this achievement, Software 2.0 was introduced in late June. The new version of the software supports the simultaneous application of numerous valuation models within the same industry and optimizes the presentation of valuation results, ushering in a new phase of streamlined, efficient valuations.
OxValue.AI will continue to optimize its valuation software, driving innovative development. We appreciate your attention to our latest progress.
OxValue.AI is a technology spin-off company from the University of Oxford that provides an efficient and practical set of industry tools for technology and startup valuation. It offers a differentiated approach to valuation using a methodology developed by senior academics for more than eight years. A novel theoretical framework is combined with machine learning, and uses proprietary samples of around 20 years of global data to produce fast, accurate and objective assessments of a technology's worth.
About Professor Xiaolan Fu
Professor Xiaolan Fu, founder of OxValue.AI, is a Professor of Technology and International Development at the University of Oxford, a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, and the Founding Director of the Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD).
She has authored several books and received awards for her research on innovation, technology policy, and management. Her research interests include valuation, knowledge transfer, inclusive development, and green innovation. She was appointed by the Secretary-General to the Governing Council of the Technology Bank of the United Nations.