WHAT WE DO — THE ARRIA NLG INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE
We have an institutional structure that has begun rolling out this breakthrough NLG technology at a global level
This chart provides an overview of the groups and channels that comprise the Arria NLG institutional structure. Our vision for this game-changing technology is global. This breakthrough software can have a profound impact on how mankind interacts with data in every area of life.
THE ARRIA NLG LIMITED structure has been strongly influenced by the founding shareholder of our NLG unit, the University of Aberdeen. The founders of Arria NLG have gained insight into factors that have allowed this ancient institution to endure for over 500 years and have carefully incorporated these insights into our corporate structure.
The University of Aberdeen was founded in 1495 by William Elphinstone, Bishop of Aberdeen and Chancellor of Scotland, and is amongst the oldest extant universities in the world. A great scholar, Bishop Elphinstone understood that Northern Scotland could not prosper without educated people to lead its growth. With the backing of King James IV he went to Rome and secured the Pope’s permission to found the University.
One of the key insights we received from the University was that their founding principle transcended a specific mission. In fact, the permission granted was, “to found a university which would be open to all and dedicated to the pursuit of truth in the service of others.” This timeless principle has guided the University’s leaders and faculty since 1495.
Arria NLG has thus been formed to responsibly integrate the Natural Language Generation intellectual properties being created in the academic world with the real world needs of the commercial world. Our stated mission is “to enable the Evolution of Global Understanding via global excellence in the field of Natural Language Generation.”
Another insight our founders acted on was to form interdependent groups whose enduring role is to protect and further the primary mission of Arria NLG while preserving the groups’ autonomy as centers of technology development.