How To Use
Simply tell Maya the insights you want, and she will do the thinking for you.
Your robotic bestfriend to make your job easier
1) Train and give Maya a focus
It’s like training an employee, giving Maya a focus to bring in relevant and accurate strategies.
- “Maya I need you focus on increasing sales.”
- “Maya, find ways of decreasing material cost.”
2) Integrate and set goals
Integrate your tools and set business goals for Maya. Maya will help to learn what is the defined progression of our company, and what’s going on without having to input company data.
3) Ask, command, and upload
Command or ask Maya about company data or what’s happening in the external world. Have a conversation, about what to do with the data.
- “Hey Maya, how are people reacting to trending fashion styles?”
- “Maya, how can I target tech CMO’s in London?”
4) Evaluate insights + strategies
You’re the boss; evaluate Maya’s insights and strategies to make faster decisions. It’s all about getting the most accurate results.
Examples from Maya:
- “May I suggest creating a fashion show event with the prospect’s company. Shall we continue with this strategy?”
- “Send the prospect a free sample of your product. Shall we continue with this strategy?
5) Scale and evolve
The more you use Maya, the smarter she gets. Maya makes memories of the things you ask her. The next time you ask Maya, she will remember what she told you last time, rethink it, and then provide a more accurate answer.
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