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Kytes Grows Content Platform Adoption by 40% with Generative AI on AWS

Kytes transformed its platform's capabilities with generative artificial intelligence (AI) applications built with Amazon Bedrock and Amazon Titan, alongside Anthropic's Claude 3 Sonnet, increasing adoption rates and reducing development time.


increase in platform adoption


fewer DevOps resources consumed


time saving to develop generative AI features

Reduced cost

compared to other generative AI platforms

Faster innovation

simplifying development processes


Kytes, a company specializing in secure content experience and sharing, aimed to enhance its platform by integrating generative AI technology. To achieve this, Kytes worked closely with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop innovative generative AI based applications. 

Kytes implemented Amazon Bedrock alongside Anthropic's Claude in Amazon Bedrock and Amazon Titan to develop generative AI–powered services. This integration boosted adoption rates by 40‒50 percent, while achieving a 70 percent reduction in DevOps resources.

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Opportunity | Innovating Content Distribution and AI Integration

Established in 2021 Kytes is a platform that distributes a broad range of content types, including interactive reports, statements, videos, and eBooks, while harnessing artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance content. The company is a spinoff from the interactive digital textbook publishing platform Kitaboo, used by publishers globally.

Shortly after its launch, Kytes sought to incorporate generative AI to enhance customer experiences and extract value from its content. By using generative AI, the platform can summarize lengthy texts, swiftly extract key points, and provide AI chat assistant that responds within the context of the content and facilitate the creation of multilingual subtitles for video presentations. Additionally, it can bolster reader engagement and comprehension rates, tailoring questions to align with readers’ interests and the specific goals of customers. Nayan Goenka, head of product engineering at Kytes, says, “We see a huge opportunity to elevate the value of content and unlock possibilities using generative AI.”

To further develop its capabilities and stay competitive in an increasingly AI-driven world, Kytes engaged Amazon Web Services (AWS). Kytes was already using several AWS services, including Amazon SageMaker, to deliver and develop its applications. “We were aware of AWS launching generative AI services, and that sparked our interest," Goenka explains. "The advantage of AWS is that you don’t need all the answers to get started. We knew we would receive the support we needed."


Compared to other generative AI solutions, Amazon Bedrock consumed 70% less DevOps resources and helped develop features and complete experiments 60% faster.”

Subrat Mohanty
CEO of Bookit Digital, Owner at Kytes

Solution | Streamlining Development and Boosting Adoption Rates using Amazon Bedrock

Kytes participated in a generative AI session organized by AWS in Mumbai to explore the technology. Goenka and colleagues also engaged in workshops led by generative AI on AWS experts. This included delving into Amazon Bedrock, a fully managed service offering a range of high-performing foundation models for various generative AI capabilities. "We acquired sufficient knowledge to overcome the entry hurdle and start experimenting," recalls Goenka. 

The company deployed Amazon Bedrock on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) clusters, comprising instances with a mix of 2 and 4 cores and 4 and 8 gigabytes of memory. Kytes initially began its journey with Anthropic's Claude, a large language model (LLM) for generative AI applications, progressing through versions 1, 2, and 3 before finally adopting Claude 3 Sonnet.

As Kytes began developing its generative AI applications, it utilized indexing for natural language processing (NLP) to represent data in a machine-readable format. However, the AWS team suggested adopting the foundation model Amazon Titan, along with Amazon Titan Embeddings to convert natural language text, such as words or phrases, into numerical representations or vectors. "Once we grasped how vectors could produce faster, more accurate outputs, we transitioned to using Amazon Titan for indexing," explains Goenka. "That shift has enhanced our agility and efficiency in design."

Using Amazon Bedrock, Kytes effectively developed various generative AI applications for its e-learning platform. These applications include "Talk to My Book," text summarization, a multiple-choice question (MCQ) generator, and QuizMe, a learning assessor. With Talk to My Book, readers can engage in natural-language interactions with written content. The other applications have helped users summarize lengthy texts and assess comprehension levels through automated questionnaires and quizzes.

Kytes launched these applications around September 2023. With Amazon Bedrock and support from the AWS team, the company saved significant development time. "The time saved through Amazon Bedrock and our collaboration with AWS was crucial, allowing us to expedite our time to market. This advantage proved significant, especially considering the global surge in e-learning companies developing generative AI applications," says Goenka.

Following the launch of the applications, parent company Bookit Digital evaluated the performance of Amazon Bedrock against other generative AI-managed offerings it had tested. Subrat Mohanty, CEO of Bookit Digital, notes, “Compared to other generative AI solutions, Amazon Bedrock consumed 70 percent less DevOps resources and facilitated the development of features and completion of experiments 60 percent faster.”

Outcome | Increasing Platform Adoption 40‒50% with Generative AI on AWS

Since launching its generative AI applications on AWS, Kytes has increased platform adoption by an estimated 40‒50 percent. In addition, users are rating their experiences of the generative AI–based services with 4.5 or 5 stars out of 5. “The adoption rate is a big indicator that people are gaining significant value from interacting with content in more meaningful ways,” states Goenka.

Additionally, Kytes is seeing faster conversions of new customers across various industries such as sales, pharma, legal, and education thanks to its generative AI capabilities. The greatest success is among financial services companies that need to share confidential data but prefer not to send documents as email attachments. “Lead conversions to customers has significantly improved across all industries as they recognize the value our platform provides with generative AI using Amazon Bedrock,” comments Goenka.

Since the adoption of Amazon Bedrock, Kytes developers have more time to focus on ideation. Goenka explains, "Amazon Bedrock reduces the time needed for innovation, making it easier to experiment with leading LLMs and explore new ideas." 

Looking ahead, Kytes developers are focused on creating a generative AI–based translation service for the platform. The company perceives significant potential in this service—particularly in India, which is home to over 700 languages, many of them minority languages spoken by relatively small populations.

Developers are also working on a solution that will use generative AI to convert content into multiple digital assets. “For example, it will be able to produce a corporate video from a business presentation at the click of a button,” comments Goenka. “We’re also working on a service based on Amazon Bedrock for content recommendations based on users' reading and consumption patterns and quiz scores to improve learning outcomes.” 

Mohanty concludes, “Amazon Bedrock is having a profound impact on how we navigate the evolving content landscape, especially within the education sector, where generative AI is reshaping the consumption experience.”

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About Kytes

The Kytes platform helps customers, including companies and educators, get more from content such as reports, statements, eBooks, and videos. It not only facilitates the secure distribution of the content, but also provides ways for viewers and creators to collaboratively develop it.

AWS Services Used

Amazon Bedrock

Amazon Bedrock is a fully managed service that offers a choice of high-performing foundation models (FMs) from leading AI companies like AI21 Labs, Anthropic, Cohere, Meta, Mistral AI, Stability AI, and Amazon through a single API, along with a broad set of capabilities you need to build generative AI applications with security, privacy, and responsible AI. 

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Amazon EC2

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) offers the broadest and deepest compute platform, with over 750 instances and choice of the latest processor, storage, networking, operating system, and purchase model to help you best match the needs of your workload. 

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Amazon Titan

Exclusive to Amazon Bedrock, the Amazon Titan family of models incorporates Amazon’s 25 years of experience innovating with AI and machine learning across its business. Amazon Titan foundation models (FMs) provide customers with a breadth of high-performing image, multimodal, and text model choices, via a fully managed API. 

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