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Priti Padhy, CEO and Co-Founder of Cognino.AI
Check out our 13th episode of SaaS Leadership Stories with Priti Padhy, co-founder and CEO at Cognino.AI. Cognino is an Artificial Intelligence first organisation with a clear purpose to democratise AI. They have innovated a unique explainable AI engine that adapts, learns, and explains outcomes from a vast amount of data and creates contextual knowledge and intelligence. Since the breakthrough in Cognino.ai’s technology in 2019, Cognino.ai is extremely proud to be mentioned by Forbes as one of the ‘Top 25 AI Startup to watch out for in 2021.’ Cognino.ai is one of 3 Uk based startups to make that list.
Listen in to hear what Priti has to say on;
The impact and possibilities in the future of AIHow risk taking, and mistakes, is key to innovationThe importance of clarity of purpose in your business
Alberto Rizzoli, CEO and Co-Founder at V7
Check out our 12th episode of SaaS Leadership Stories and join our talk with Alberto Rizzoli, CEO and Co-Founder at V7. V7 is a training data platform serving hundreds of AI companies in structuring the information that powers their neural networks. By adding images or video on the V7, the system learns how to re-identify the images in future cases, automating itself little by little.
Expect to learn:
Do little but do it well: Stick to one main differentiated feature to win bigger. Key matrixes to focus on for start-up businesses: Industry trends, Competitors’ updates, Features launch per month, and so on.Don’t internalize everything: Leverage services from other SaaS companies to avoid developing things that are not your core products.
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Moshe Demri, VP Revenue & General Manager at Optimove
We are delighted to invite Moshe Demri, General Manager and VP Revenue at Optimove to join zsah’s 11th episode of SaaS Leadership Stories. Leveraging AI, Optimove is the leading CRM Marketing Hub that empowers marketing teams to autonomously surface valuable customer engagement opportunities and manage large-scale, customer-led journeys.
Key insights of the talk:
Do less, focus more: Make sure to focus on the core business.Be agile, plan for the long term, and move quickly, especially when scaling up the organisation.Don’t afraid of making difficult decision: Be brave to stop when things go wrong, and focus on other businesses.Listen to the podcast now and learn more tips from Moshe!
Zandra Moore, CEO and Co-Founder at Panintelligence
Join our talk with Zandra Moore, CEO and Co-Founder at Panintelligence to explore the keys to building up a successful company and the top three matrices when evaluating your business performances. Listen to Zandra’s pro tips around starting a SaaS business:
Always understand the priorities of your business. Focus first on the most urgent and important affairs in the business. Stay in tune with the latest market trends. Constantly check the customer needs to ensure your products are updated. Failing fast is fine, but always be innovative and willing to take risks and introduce new technology. To find more insights, listen to the 10th episode of zsah’s SaaS Leadership Stories now!
Tim Dunn, CEO and Founder at eSpyder Ltd
We are glad to invite Tim Dunn, CEO and Founder at eSpyder, to join the 9th episode of SaaS Leadership Stories to share his thoughts around how a “customer first” mindset could be one of the keys leading to success.
Top 3 tips from Tim:
Proactively engage with your customers. Ensuring your clients derive value from your offering is critical to the health of your key metrics such as ARR, retention and spend per customer.Have a clear aspiration for the company culture and ethos. Always hire individuals that fit your company culture without compromise.Don’t be afraid to hire people that are more talented than you and create a safe environment where it’s okay to make mistakes - as long as you learn to address them as a team.Click the play button now and enjoy the show!
Nicolas Speeckaert, Founder & Managing Partner at Skeeled.com
Are you curious about how to tackle the recruitment challenges? We are pleased to invite Nicolas to explain the effectiveness of the innovative Recruiting Software assist in the recruiting process.