Arria releases new software engine as Gerald Henry tops up his holding

Late-eighties bad boy Gerald Henry has increased his shareholding in promising British software company Arria NLG following conversion of a $US450,000 loan note.

And last night the company, which has several other prominent New Zealand shareholders, announced the release of its latest version of natural language generation software that, in simple terms, converts complex “big data” into plain English.


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