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According to this documentation:

Verb Example Noun Example

-ise -ice

advise  || Jenny advised him to go home.    

advice  || My advice is to see your doctor.

So it should be:

Advise companies to do something?

  • What companies? I've never heard of them, but if they're a 'thing' it should be 'advice companies' (advice is a thing, advise is an action) – marcellothearcane Jul 16 '17 at 20:28
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    Oh when I read that documentation I really thought it should be advise in this context – 030 Jul 16 '17 at 20:39
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    "The consultant advised Company X to invest more in automation." "The consultant said: 'My advice is to invest more in automation.'" – ab2 Jul 16 '17 at 20:46
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Yes, advise is the verb to give advice. Advice-noun, advise-verb. Not much more can be said on this- you advise someone by giving advice.

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