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'Ready for AI' Means: You Have A Lot More Ready Than Just Your Data

What does it mean to be 'Ready for AI'? It's more than just having data. In fact, one of the most important things to be 'ready' is your leadership's mindset. Having strategic decision makers that are true enthusiasts, and those who are open to the likely transformative journey that AI may take you on is tantamount to success, to scale, to making an impact across the organization. Listen in on a conversation with our CTO, Erik LaBianca, as he encourages organizations to be strategic and open to the transformative experiences that can happen when you are really ready for AI.



"When you're looking at any kind of an AI journey, you should be thinking about AI being a transformative influence on your company - and that is strategic. And that means you need to be thinking on a longer time scale. It means you need to be thinking across the entire company. It means you need to be thinking about possibly changing your product, changing the way that you sell things - all with the goal of creating that better data asset, leveraging that data asset and becoming transformed. And if you're stuck down in an analytics department that's just trying to do something very tactical, your scope of impact will be very limited. So we're always looking to have strategic decision makers that really have their ears to the ground with the business on the implementation team for our AIQ assessments.”


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