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Artificial Intelligence and Your Business

Artificial Intelligence And Your Business

As we continue to research how artificial intelligence can and will play a part in Expex, we look for resources that discuss artificial intelligence (AI) in the work place. We came upon a great article on Forbes.com called What Artificial Intelligence Means To You And Your Business, by Ian Altman.  Mr. Altman not only explains what artificial intelligence is but further how it can improve your company, the employees and the overall company experience.

You might think of artificial intelligence (AI) as a strange, futuristic technology that will make your business seem cold and impersonal. And you might be right. Used indelicately, AI can be a tool to show off how high-tech you are without really doing anything significant to build your customer base. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. The smartest companies right now are actually using AI to enhance and personalize client interactions, not cut them off, through streamlined data collection and processing.    Read more…

At Expex, we view AI as a tool to streamline and expedite the accounting functions you need to perform each day.  AI can reduce errors in data entry, increase productivity and allow for more time spent on growing your business. While the article addresses various ways AI may become part of your company environment, Expex is committed to using AI technology to improve your company’s cash flow and automate the everyday tasks needed to run your business.

Ian Altman is a B2B Integrity-based sales and growth expert. I am an author, strategic advisor and internationally sought keynote speaker on integrity-based sales and business development. As a services and technology CEO for two decades, I draw on years of success and research on how customers make decisions. I deliver an approach to selling everyone can embrace, even your customers. I host the weekly podcast, Grow My Revenue Business Cast.  The author is a Forbes contributor. The opinions expressed are those of the writer.

 

 

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