PwC Agrees to Be OpenAI’s First Enterprise Reseller

( – PwC landed a deal with OpenAI to become the artificial intelligence company’s first resale partner and largest enterprise user. The Big Four accounting firm has said that both their United States and United Kingdom firms had signed an agreement with Microsoft to offer ChatGPT Enterprise, which is the business-focused version of their AI chatbot.

PwC said that this agreement would “expand our technology ecosystem, bring GenAI deeper into our enterprise, and enable us to scale AI capabilities across businesses to help drive accelerated impact for clients.”

This will allow the employees and clients to access the latest tools from OpenAI, including the new AI model and new voice and image capabilities.

“By being on the forefront of OpenAI’s models and as the first company to announce integration into its practice, we are uniquely positioned to help clients leverage ChatGPT Enterprise for better and faster ways of working,” PwC continued.

They will give ChatGPT Enterprise licenses to over one hundred thousand employees in their company.

This has marked the first time that OpenAI has agreed to a resale model of its AI products. This is also the beginning of the company’s investment in artificial intelligence. Last year, PwC announced that they intended to commit one billion dollars to investments in artificial intelligence over the next three years. The details on the financial aspects of this deal have not been released.

Said the company, “By embracing ChatGPT Enterprise across our workforce, we will bring our first-hand experience of our AI transformation to clients, complementing our audit, tax, and consulting services with a broad array of business and industry solutions.”

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