Enterprises are starting to use Large Language Models (LLMs) for more complex tasks, like workflow orchestration and structured output generation. LLMWare is addressing these needs with the launch of Structured Language Instruction Models (SLIMs) and new features for executing multi-step workflows in private cloud. SLIMs are small models designed for classification with the ability to produce programmatic outputs like Python dictionaries and SQL. They supplement general-purpose LLMs and are built for easy fine-tuning and adaptation to specific use cases. CEO Darren Oberst believes SLIMs are the missing piece in enterprise workflows, making LLMWare’s ecosystem one of the most comprehensive for LLM automation. For more information, visit the llmware GitHub repository or Huggingface organization page.