Need answers that are buried in pages of data reports or countless spreadsheets and dashboards, but don’t have the time to sift through it all? Do you need to know how a particular sales employee is doing, how a particular consumer uses a product, or how many versions of a particular product were sold last month? These are just a couple of examples of the pieces of information that can now be delivered to you within seconds; all you have to do is ask. The name of the product that’s making this a reality and boasting the potential to revolutionize the B2B space is Aristotle, and it’s been developed by the team at Bouquet.
Adrien Schmidt, CEO of Aristotle by Bouquet.ai joins the podcast to discuss how they’re developing AI algorithms that will quickly interpret voice commands, analyze the relevant data, and deliver a clear, accurate response in real time. This system acts as a virtual assistant for data analysis around the clock through whatever channel is most convenient for you, whether that’s Siri, Alexa, Slack, Microsoft Teams, or any other instant messaging service you use. Schmidt explains that talking to Aristotle is just like talking to a colleague—there’s no complicated log in process, little room for error, and no hold times associated with the recruitment of data analysts; simply ask your question and receive your answer within seconds. Schmidt discusses how this casual data usage will benefit the B2B space, improve business operations and customer service, and lower overhead expenses.
Tune in to learn more about Aristotle’s use cases, challenges to overcome, what stage they’re at in development, and what to look for in the near future.
Visit bouquet.ai for more information.
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