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Podcast #39 -- Dimitry Norenko (upSWOT) :: FinTech, Fund Raising, Artificial Intelligence, Product Management
Founded in January 2019, Upswot technology serves dozens of financial institutions helping them to build loyalty and grow engagement among their SMB clients.
The platform is a white-labeled portal deployed into customers’ private cloud and connected with the online banking application. Using an approach similar to Plaid, SMBs connect their data for continuous, API-enabled access to QuickBooks, Xero, Salesforce, and 120+ other business critical SaaS applications.
Data is aggregated in real-time and thousands of signals are analyzed to help SMBs better understand the health of their businesses via interactive dashboards.
On the back-end, Upswot surfaces meaningful data for relationship managers to upsell the right products and services while building more meaningful and longer-lasting relationships.
Podcast #38 -- Piyush Chandra :: Nauto, Artificial Intelligence in heavy trucks business, Product Management of AI-powered products
Save Lives. Save Money. Now. Nauto has the only real-time, AI-enabled fleet and driver safety platform that helps predict, prevent and end distracted driving. Piyush serves as the product director and he has incredibly insight to share.
#37 -- Oleksandr Kolyakin :: Shell, Artificial Intelligence, Product Management, Future of Gas Stations (service stations)
Oleksandr is General Manager Retail CEE at Shell | CEE Downstream Representative | Board Member.
#36 -- Go-To-Market (GTM) strategy examples for inspiration
Launching a new product or service (or entering a new market with the existing portfolio) isn't obvious.
How can you ensure that you'll reach the right KPIs and achieve your business goals?
For that very reason, to improve their odds, businesses leverage a plan known as a GTM strategy (go-to-market strategy).
#35 -- Difference between AI, ML and DL
Although the three terminologies are typically used interchangeably, they no longer pretty refer to similar things. Let's look into the three buckets of computer science and compare artificial intelligence vs. machine learning with a little deep learning grasp.
#34 -- Go To Market Strategy in the COVID era
Consumer beliefs and behaviors are changing fast. To keep up with—and perhaps even influence—those changes, companies must leverage deep consumer insights. These are internal changes, but they are external ones. COVID19 is one of the most influential forces, which demanded many companies to revisit their go-to-market strategy.