According to Future Workforce Study quoted by Puls Biznesu, almost 50% of employees think that their employers don’t use enough advanced technologies. They claim that it might damage effectiveness of their work and expect to work in an intelligent office based on Internet of Things (IoT), unified communication (UC) and augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) solutions within 5 years.
A solution that adheres to such expectations is Edward – an application provided by 2040.io, one of the members of Cybersec Hub. Edward is an intelligent assistant designed for sales departments and SMEs’ CEOs that watches company’s e-mails, contacts and meetings and makes suggestions about upcoming possibilities. It connects various data sources and learns from them to provide you the best possible advices thus the more it is used, the better it becomes in the future.
-Nowadays managers have to deal with growing amount of business data that has to be analysed. (…) It might be solved by technologies based on machine learning and elements of artificial intelligence — Bartłomiej Rozkrut, CTO & Co-founder of 2040.io
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