Listen: Voicea Eases Your Need to Attend Every Meeting At Work
"Voice here, which is a voice collaboration platform is launching a new offering to help you attend few meetings. And anyone spent any time in corporate land will just a big. deal that he's the one thing that I do not miss ease meetings. Especially me institute, discuss Bating's. Don't get me started. So voice is attempting to solve all those problems. And it's powered by an enterprise voice assistant named either. An even uses to highlight key takeaways in meetings and create actionable recaps in real time with ADA voice command life tap on the dashboard or simply powered by the and your keywords that you set. An Eva can also joined conference lines on Cole's in-person nap. And actually just allowing meeting goes to focus on the conversation knowing that the highlights automatically being captured. The end goal, of course, is to turn talk into action and half smarter me in to help us get more accomplished at work. Well, that was more than enough to get me on boats book elope and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to California. So we can speak with. Toma, and he's the founder and CEO at voice here. He's gonna touch wadis technology is such a game changer for businesses. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you show them? This is about who you are. And what you do. Yes. Good morning. My name is Marta Cole. Am the CEO of voice. And we built an enterprise voice assistant that helps make your work. They particularly your meetings much more productive. So that you just speak and our actions and takeaways that you can share with others voice. It is voice collaboration platform is launching a new offering to help people attend few imme- ins, which is sufficient that we all with a brace. Can you tell me more about the story behind it was he wanted to many meetings Tichy over the edge? Inside voice. So, you know, before this those running a company called blue kite was acquired by oracle, and it became the oracle data cloud. And from that position. I had the privilege of meeting with great leaders, I met with people like Sasha who's running Microsoft, Larry Ellison, of course, at oracle for Martin sorelle whole bunch of really good leaders. And the interesting thing about them is IBM meeting with them if it was one hour or two hours. The we're looking at you, the whole time ring gauging with you the whole time they didn't have their laptop open, you know, supposedly, taking noise notes, and then being distracted by like Email Facebook updates. They were with you completely present. I even had an experience with one of them where they left the meeting with me, and they're running like, huge company. One of the biggest companies in the world. They leave the meeting with me and within an hour and a half. There's an Email my inbox with the follow ups and the takeaways and having their lieutenants take the next steps, and what was embarrassing. They actually beat me. Me in terms of speed of follow up. So I was inspired by this idea of democracy is in the executive behavior of some of the best leaders in the world, you know, who generally had, you know, an army of assistance around them, even if they're not really an army of assistance, but they had people on their team that were helping make their life smoother. So I thought we could democratize that by doing the things that allow you to elevate and kind of be the best executive you"
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