Founded in 2002, Braintree is one of the most innovative and forward thinking companies in the AI space. We are in the vanguard of research and development of intelligent computing solutions.

Our solutions tackle the big challenges faced by major corporations, public service organisations, government, and individuals. We create the future, today. Across everything we do, our purpose is to make life easier and more manageable.

Pushing the AI agenda

Braintree truly believes in the potential AI holds for our society, economy, and business. We started Braintree in the UK in 2011 because we know that this country can lead on these vital technologies and really set the pace for the rest of the world.

Our goal is to ensure that AI develops in the right way so that it benefits society as a whole – and we are engaging with Government, Parliament, regulators and policy makers to ensure it does.

Members of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the 4th Industrial Revolution

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) can be described as a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) is a forum of members of the House of Commons and House of Lords, formed to support and promote the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in Parliament. The Group will encourage Government, parliamentarians, academics, the private sector, and other stakeholders to engage with 4IR-related issues.

Braintree is a supporting member of the APPG, providing technical advice to parliamentarians on the potential of AI.

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Nikolay Nikolay Gurianov Chief Business Development Officer

In 2002, Nikolay, who had already developed several successful businesses in Moscow, realised that any future business success would be related to big data and set up a research company to explore the synchronization of huge databases. Two years later, he had his first major result, which led to further research into the nature of intelligence in order to build knowledge. Braintree was formed in 2008 and by 2010 the company was purely focused on AI. Nikolay set up a subsidiary in London in 2011, and moved there in 2014 as he recognised the need for better access to networks and co-operation with partners in order to grow the company globally.

JJ JJ Giwa Chief Administrative Officer

JJ Giwa is Chief Administrative Officer at Braintree. Before joining Braintree, JJ was the Departmental Administrator for the Department of Computer Science at UCL for over 20 years, where she helped the department grow successfully into a world-leading centre.

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