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How do you do your research?  If you’re like most analysts, it’s over the phone.  You probably do more research meetings in a month than people do meetings all year.  It’s a difficult job, but somebody’s got to do it, and what’s more – we know you love research!The fact is we love research too.  For us, its a chance to learn.  You dive deep, gather insights and create new types of thinking.  You organize thoughts and you blaze new paths for people to learn from on their own.  Research is fun, but the expectations are that you are fair, detailed and accurate.According to an article from Entrepreneur.com, there are 5 major challenges facing research analysts:
  • Existing Research Methodology
  • Quality
  • Outcomes
  • Differentiation
  • Clientele Constraint
All of these can be addressed in different ways, but one of them is by making sure your research is tight and buttoned up.  To do that, why not have your very own A.I. research assistant to take notes for you?  Voicea recently rolled out Eva, the enterprise virtual assistant that gives you an A.I.-driven note taker.  To use Eva simply add “[email protected]” to a conference call or dial in Eva as a participant, or use the new mobile app for an in-person meeting.  Eva listens, records, transcribes and takes notes.  You can mark moments by voice commands, or you can rely on predetermined customized “x-rays” to mark certain moments that would be important to you.  You can even rely on the A.I. to take the notes for you, so you can focus on the conversation.

Never Miss A Detail

With your own A.I. note-taker, you can focus on the conversation and your thoughts about what you are hearing.  It doesn’t mean you may not jot down some thoughts through the course of the call, but you certainly don’t have to have any anxiety over missing something or getting a quote wrong.  The facts will be there for you to review at a later date.

A Record Of The Conversation

After you’ve done 15-20 interviews to gather your insights, why not look at the meetings and identify threads that offer additional insights?  You can search across them all and extract key moments.  Look at the automatic A.I. highlights and use them as markers of the key points from a conversation.Having your own A.I. and a record of your meetings could be valuable, don’t you think?

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