Virtual assistants – Work From Homee http://work-fromhomee.com/ Wed, 11 May 2022 20:05:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://work-fromhomee.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/cropped-icon-32x32.png Virtual assistants – Work From Homee http://work-fromhomee.com/ 32 32 Genius Group’s Edtech arm, GeniusU, closes the Metaverse cycle at https://work-fromhomee.com/genius-groups-edtech-arm-geniusu-closes-the-metaverse-cycle-at/ Wed, 11 May 2022 20:05:00 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/genius-groups-edtech-arm-geniusu-closes-the-metaverse-cycle-at/ SINGAPORE, May 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Genius Group (NYSE American: GNS) is pleased to announce that its Singapore-based Edtech arm, GeniusU Ltd, has completed a funding round to support the development of its plans virtual learning company Genius Metaversity, valuing the Edtech subsidiary at $250 million. GeniusU has attracted over 2.8 million students and […]]]>

SINGAPORE, May 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Genius Group (NYSE American: GNS) is pleased to announce that its Singapore-based Edtech arm, GeniusU Ltd, has completed a funding round to support the development of its plans virtual learning company Genius Metaversity, valuing the Edtech subsidiary at $250 million.

GeniusU has attracted over 2.8 million students and 10,300 partners to its online learning platform, offering interactive courses and assessments in entrepreneurship, investment and 21st craftsmanship of the century.

GeniusU plans to expand its courses and programs to interactive learning environments in the Metaverse, with students and faculty connecting and learning in global classrooms and virtual 3D environments.

It also plans to integrate each student’s AI-based “Genie” virtual assistant into the metaverse as 3D virtual assistants who walk each student through their personalized journey and integrate their GEMs student credits into the metaverse. GEMs (Genius Education Merits) are earned by students as they learn and can be spent on products and services within GeniusU, as well as their certifications.

A total of $1.5 million was raised for the development of GeniusU’s Genius Metaversity from existing GeniusU Ltd investors who purchased new ordinary shares of GeniusU Ltd at $24.39 per share, valuing GeniusU at $250 million. of dollars. Genius Group Ltd is the majority owner of GeniusU with an approximate 97% stake in GeniusU Ltd. Both are public companies based in Singapore, with Genius Group being a listed company on the NYSE American (NYSE American: “GNS”).

Genius Group CEO Roger James Hamilton said: “Our mission is to develop an entrepreneurship education system that prepares students for the 21st century. We believe Web3 and the Metaverse provide an improved way for students and teachers to interact and learn in a global classroom. Our plan is to develop a blended real, online and virtual learning solution to gamify learning and make it much more engaging and fun, working with real-time students around the world.

The funding round was opened in February 2022 and completed in May 2022. It comes after Genius Group’s campus subsidiary, Entrepreneur Resorts, raised $0.9 million from existing Entrepreneur Resorts investors by purchasing new common stock of Entrepreneur Resorts in December 2021 at $2.75 per share, valuing Entrepreneur Resorts at $38 million. Entrepreneur Resorts Ltd is a public company listed on the Seychelles Stock Exchange (MERJ:ERL). Genius Group Ltd is also the majority owner of Entrepreneur Resorts with an approximate 95% stake in the company.

Funds raised for Entrepreneur Resorts are to fund the launch of a Genius Central co-working and co-learning campus in Santa Monica, Los Angeles. This place will allow students to discover Genius Metaversity on site.

About Genius Group

Genius Group is a global leader in information technology and education, whose mission is to disrupt the current model of education with a lifelong learning program centered on the that prepares students for the leadership, entrepreneurship, and life skills needed to succeed in today’s marketplace. The group has more than 2.8 million students in 200 countries, aged 0 to 100. The Group consists of four pre-IPO companies (the “Pre-IPO Group”), and will include four companies to be acquired on or shortly after the closing of the Company’s IPO in April 2022 (the “IPO acquisitions”). Two of these four IPO acquisitions, Education Angels and Property Investors Network, have already been completed.

Our pre-IPO group’s entrepreneur training system was delivered virtually and in-person, in multiple languages, locally and globally, primarily through the company’s custom-built, artificial intelligence (AI)-powered GeniusU Edtech platform. pre-IPO group for adults seeking to develop their entrepreneurial and leadership qualities.

The pre-IPO group includes Genius Group, GeniusU, Entrepreneurs Institute and Entrepreneur Resorts. This group of entrepreneur training companies has grown through organic growth and acquisitions, with a focus on adding value to each company through GeniusU, which is being developed to provide recommendations and personal AI-based advice to each student. The pre-IPO group is now expanding its educational system to age groups beyond its current adult audience, to children and young adults. The four IPO acquisitions will be the first steps towards this. They will include: Education Angels, which offers early learning in New Zealand for children aged 0-5; E-Square, which provides primary and secondary education in South Africa; Antelope Valley University, which grants professional certifications and college degrees in California, USA; and Property Investors Network, which offers courses and events on property investment in England.

Genius Group’s current plan is to combine the education programs of the IPO acquisitions with its current education programs and its Edtech platform under a lifelong learning system, and it has selected these acquisitions because they already share aspects of the Genius program and its focus on the entrepreneur. education.

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Building Blocks of a Simplified Ecommerce Experience, CIO News, ET CIO https://work-fromhomee.com/building-blocks-of-a-simplified-ecommerce-experience-cio-news-et-cio/ Tue, 10 May 2022 03:25:00 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/building-blocks-of-a-simplified-ecommerce-experience-cio-news-et-cio/ By Sanjeev Barnwal The exponential growth of e-commerce generates massive mounds of user data. In a country as diverse as India, it is next to impossible to manually survey users across different languages, cultures, age groups, and incomes. To solve this conundrum, online marketplaces have widely deployed AI (artificial intelligence) models to understand and analyze […]]]>
By Sanjeev Barnwal

The exponential growth of e-commerce generates massive mounds of user data. In a country as diverse as India, it is next to impossible to manually survey users across different languages, cultures, age groups, and incomes. To solve this conundrum, online marketplaces have widely deployed AI (artificial intelligence) models to understand and analyze consumer needs, facilitating seamless transaction experiences for both buyers and sellers.

In this scenario, machine learning (ML) and big data analytics play a pivotal role in developing platforms that improve the shopping experience and customer satisfaction levels in various ways while helping sellers to generate fluid sales.

For example, whether it is an e-commerce platform or its sellers, acquiring and retaining customers is a major issue. Fortunately, machine learning techniques help online marketplaces stay competitive in different functions, some of which are discussed below.

Feed personalization: Customizing the product feed for users helps improve their experience and improve their conversion. The product listings that a user finds in different sections of the app are selected using ML models, which predict the user’s purchase intent through signals such as time spent viewing a product, clicks, wishlist products, products added to cart, likes and many more. The depth of feed personalization acts as a key differentiator by providing a clear advantage to e-commerce players in an ultra-competitive retail market.

Search: When a user performs a search on an e-commerce platform, ML models are in play to understand the intent expressed in the user’s query, retrieve relevant products for the detected intent, and rank search results to maximize conversion. Product search engines are even able to interpret queries in Hindi or other local languages; for example, a query for “laal joote” will show results for “red shoes”. Moreover, today’s search interfaces are not limited to text entry. One can undertake a visual search by uploading an image as a query. Computer vision models help segment shoppable products from the query image and find visually similar products from the platform.

Product Recommendations: E-commerce platforms use a wide range of recommendations to increase their customers’ engagement and basket size. These recommendations include: substitutes for a given product, complementary products to the one purchased, bundles of products frequently purchased together, etc. These recommendations are generated using machine learning and deep learning methods that extract data from user interactions across different products as well as visual and textual data associated with the product catalog.

Inventory management: Merchandise that is unavailable or out of stock can be a major obstacle to customer retention. Therefore, it is imperative to replenish goods well in time to meet year-round demand. Maintaining supplies can sometimes be a logistical nightmare, more so during market disruptions. Using ML models in demand forecasting can help match inventory levels of goods to their demand.

Pricing: One of the most critical aspects for any online business to remain profitable is ensuring that optimal prices have been judged accurately. This can only be inferred by considering several parameters such as production cost analysis, market segmentation, price flexibility of products or services, customer attitude towards different price levels , the pricing of competitors’ products, etc. ML models facilitate optimal pricing decisions. by predicting customer responses at varying price points by market segment. In a very price-sensitive market like India, buyers are likely to ignore a garment that is priced higher than a similar garment from another seller. As a result, sellers – especially new ones – can lose business without knowing why. Price recommendations for sellers solve this problem. Based on the price of other products in the same category, e-commerce platforms may offer sellers price suggestions to stay competitive.

Virtual Assistants: These digital tools allow sellers and buyers to navigate an e-commerce application if they feel lost or confused. Instead of calling customer service, they can directly ask questions to the chatbot or virtual assistant through a chat interface. In addition to answering specific queries, digital assistants can also offer contextual prompts, speeding up transactions and improving satisfaction levels.

Despite the huge advancements made by AI/ML solutions in e-commerce, huge potential still exists. Businesses follow cutting-edge AI trends and easily deploy solutions that improve the experience of buyers and sellers.

The author is co-founder and CTO, Meesho

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What voice technology can teach us about brand innovation in the age of Web3 https://work-fromhomee.com/what-voice-technology-can-teach-us-about-brand-innovation-in-the-age-of-web3/ Sat, 07 May 2022 20:20:00 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/what-voice-technology-can-teach-us-about-brand-innovation-in-the-age-of-web3/ We’re excited to bring back Transform 2022 in person on July 19 and virtually from July 20-28. Join leaders in AI and data for in-depth discussions and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! Technology adoption is accelerating at an incredible rate and chances are you’ve seen a technology adoption chart like this before. Takeaways are evident […]]]>

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Technology adoption is accelerating at an incredible rate and chances are you’ve seen a technology adoption chart like this before. Takeaways are evident in revealing our insatiable thirst for new technologies. What begins as gradual sloping lines is very abruptly replaced by almost vertical adoption “curves” for technology introduced in the Internet age. While there is a confluence of reasons for the recent acceleration in penetration, for brands the promise of new technologies and the speed at which we are adopting them is a tantalizing prospect. New media, new experiences, and new value exchanges all theoretically contribute to deeper, more personal, and ultimately (fingers crossed) more profitable consumer relationships. But in pursuit of the “next big thing,” how do you know it’s the right time to start investing? How do you measure the benefit of being an early adopter when the immediate ROI is unclear?

Historically, brands have been inclined to jump on a tech trend as a tactic in search of strategy, when it should be the other way around. We see it again now with the rise of hype around Web3, NFTs and the Metaverse. As a conversational AI-centric company, we saw a similar surge in brand interest when voice assistants made the leap to the mainstream. Five years ago, we were asked to create dozens of Alexa Skills and Google Actions for brands, often without a clear strategy or sufficient funding to drive lasting success.

While Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri were initially largely responsible for the rise sensitization of voice, it is only after integration with other touchpoints – in cars, mobile apps, custom hardware products, to name a few – that we see the effects the most significant of the voice adoption. As this maturation has taken place, the herd of early experimenters has thinned, and companies that have invested in voice are doing so for the long term by investing in more comprehensive applications, acquiring companies with voice capabilities and hiring dedicated in-house assistant product teams. . The result is fewer branded voice apps, but more powerful and valuable ones.

We see parallels in this latest wave of experimentation with digital technology among brands, as we’ve seen with voice. Although the addressable audience in all “web3.0 virtual worlds” is currently only with 50,000 monthly users, brands are spending millions on virtual real estate, creating NFTs, and partnering to create the “kids metaverse” (who said they even needed one?). And why? FOMO? PR headlines for the brand? Long-term investments? From brand to brand, all of these reasons can be valid, but in the spirit of the parallels between this wave and what we’ve learned in guiding consumers and businesses toward voice-enabled adoption, there are few judgments to be made when evaluating when, how and why a brand should participate in what claims to be the next big thing.

Drive new technologies across your core business and brand with voice

It may not be revolutionary advice, but it is a surprising faux pas when new technologies arrive. Even though the voice experience market has matured, the first successful voice experiences were those that were at the core of the customer experience brands already offered. When creating Alexa Skills and Google Actions for brands like Starbucks and Nike, it’s revamping a must-order at Starbucks to handle in-store foot traffic, or a surprise sneaker release through a partnership. media that moved the needle and supported their day. -day-to-day businesses. At the same time, fashion brands creating digital styles for avatars are an extension of the value exchange currently in place in the physical world and represent a strong first-mover advantage and brand building opportunity, but can we say the same for toilet paper NFTs?

While the early skills and actions developed by Starbucks and Nike were not necessarily essential business channels today, these early efforts allowed organizations to become familiar with the underlying capabilities and requirements of voice – like mastering custom NLU models or establishing devops and partnerships – to support long-term initiatives. By starting small to support their core business, they were able to build on their early pilots rather than just generating fleeting buzz with no real KPIs or strategic value. Instead, they created stronger connections between their brand and their audience without the missteps; it is for this purpose that the metaverse and web3 should be explored for brands that are starting out.

Experiment and invest: develop depth rather than breadth

Five years ago for a brand, getting into voice might have meant something like achieving wide reach by having a voice experience with your customers on as many smart speaker/voice assistant platforms as possible, by taking advantage of an underlying coherent interaction. model around a central service.

But as the market has matured further in recent years, the “all-inclusive voice” for brands and businesses has shifted from achieving cross-platform reach to forming a rigorous technology strategy. The depth of useful strategies covers skill building in domain-specific language models, low-latency speech recognition, voice sentiment analysis, and, mentioned earlier, the development of brand-owned personalized assistants. By gradually deepening available technologies over time, brands can deliver more valuable experiences in both physical and digital relational environments. This strategy has been deployed effectively in financial services with brands like Bank of America, which iteratively improved their voice assistant Erica year-over-year with incredible gains and technology acquisitions from brands like Peloton, Sonos and Microsoft which have made considerable progress. specialized acquisitions play for robust technology capabilities that respectively shape their customer experience, hardware and vertical technology strategies.

Since 2018, job creation and demand for Web3-related roles have steadily increased by several hundred percent per year, due to the relative the birth of technology and the promise of what those skills will usher in; and the expected demand in the coming years is expected to be even higher. The opportunity to explore these technologies – either internally or through partnerships – should help brands looking to go “all-inclusive” bide their time while ensuring that the virtual and physically augmented experiences they aim to support can truly match their ambitions without stumbling over a short-sighted goal.

The rise of voice over the mainstream provides lessons for brands as they consider their relationship with Web3 and the tactics for approaching the augmented worlds of the future. And it’s clear that the story of voice versus these technologies is one of convergence, as evidenced by next-gen projects like Meta’s own announced ambitions to build a voice assistant for the metaverse that “wows Alexa and Siri”, among others. Yet, as the crypto wallet becomes as ubiquitous as the mobile app, we know what we’ll see: big tech and big brands leading and inspiring FOMO, some of the early “innovators” hitting the reset and the inevitable leap- sheep and the success of patient observers and knowledgeable early adopters with a long-term vision.

Dale is Senior Director at RAIN

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Justin Nelson: The Evolution of Business Prodigy from Real Estate to Leading Virtual Assistant Company https://work-fromhomee.com/justin-nelson-the-evolution-of-business-prodigy-from-real-estate-to-leading-virtual-assistant-company/ Wed, 04 May 2022 23:09:32 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/justin-nelson-the-evolution-of-business-prodigy-from-real-estate-to-leading-virtual-assistant-company/ Photo courtesy of Justin Nelson Opinions expressed by Digital Journal contributors are their own. One of the most common complaints of successful people late in life is that they weren’t brave enough to act on their ideas sooner. British perfumer Jo Malone was 9 years old when she started making her own perfumes with garden […]]]>

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One of the most common complaints of successful people late in life is that they weren’t brave enough to act on their ideas sooner.

British perfumer Jo Malone was 9 years old when she started making her own perfumes with garden flowers and grated Camay soap. Few people know him, but most of us are familiar with his product; Blake Ross launched Mozilla Firefox when he was just 19 years old. Justin Bieber’s talent was noticed and appreciated around the world when he was 15 years old. These are just a few examples of people who pursued their calling or didn’t let their talent die and developed what they were blessed with into a thriving business. It’s no secret that we have the best chance of excelling at what we love to do.

Meet Justin Nelson, a 25-year-old real estate agent and entrepreneur prodigy, who started in real estate at the age of 16 with his father who decided to trade a long corporate career for the freedom of self-employment. The Nelson tandem did well; after a few months of learning the ropes, Justin was put in charge of lead generation and all marketing. In the sixteen months since getting his real estate license, Justin earned $360,000 in CGI, mostly through the use of social media. He was promoted to team leader and helped grow his team to over fifteen people and opened a new office in Colorado Springs. At that time, Justin had just turned 19.

Belonging to Gen-Z, the internet-savvy demographic who feels comfortable and confident trying to sell their ideas and find a shortcut to success, Justin felt he could do more than just sell. houses. He wanted to reach out to the world and show his talent, so Justin followed his calling in 2018. “Talking is by far my greatest talent that I have. I love to talk and can sell anything to any audience when the supply is right and the need is there,” says Justin. In 2018, the young realtor embarked on a journey to 35 states and 135 locations where he taught more than 10,000 realtors what he was good at: how to use social media in their industry.

Our brains are idea machines that never idle; during the trip that lasted 300 days, it occurred to Justin that he needed to train full time. Thus was born Sphere Rocket VA, a real estate training company that at its peak had over 1,000 active monthly paying coaching clients. As is often the case with creative entrepreneurs, the business branched out and evolved into something bigger. Today, Sphere Rocket VA is one of the leading virtual assistant placement companies serving the needs of real estate and other industries. Justin, however, is deservedly better known in this new role among the real estate professional crowd.

Today, Justin’s VA consulting firm has 1,400 active clients in the United States and approximately 2,300 virtual assistants, making it a leader in the VA industry. To illustrate, in 2020, through Sphere Rocket VA, over 3,200 real estate agents were matched with a full-time VA for $500 per month.

The road trip Justin embarked on four years ago spawned Sphere Rocket VA and he settled in Nashville, TN. From Nashville, he runs his growing VA business and plans to expand it until his brainchild signs 10,000 clients. We’ll be keeping a close eye on Justin in case his next road trip leads him to new business ideas. So far he’s lived up to his favorite quote, “there’s someone less qualified than you who does what you want to do, because they just acted.” Justin, as his story shows, takes action.

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Insight virtual assistant market future trends update, scope, top players from 2016 to 2028 https://work-fromhomee.com/insight-virtual-assistant-market-future-trends-update-scope-top-players-from-2016-to-2028/ Tue, 03 May 2022 06:34:06 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/insight-virtual-assistant-market-future-trends-update-scope-top-players-from-2016-to-2028/ Global virtual assistant market provides current effects of COVID-19 on the global or regional Virtual Assistant market. The global Virtual Assistant market status, competitive landscape, market shares, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels and distributors are discussed in this study. . The Virtual Assistant market study also includes an overview […]]]>

Global virtual assistant market provides current effects of COVID-19 on the global or regional Virtual Assistant market. The global Virtual Assistant market status, competitive landscape, market shares, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels and distributors are discussed in this study. . The Virtual Assistant market study also includes an overview of revenue, sales, product demand, knowledge supply, cost and growth forecast to 2028. This research also includes analysis of top to bottom, size, producers and progress, plus key models. , standardization, modes of organization, openings and future forecasts. Production, apparent consumption, export and import of Virtual Assistant in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India are categorized in this report.

This report analyzes Virtual Assistant Market size (in terms of value and volume) by players, regions, product types and end industries, forecast from 2022 to 2028. It also analyzes the global market competitive landscape, market drivers and trends, opportunities and challenges, risks and barriers to entry, sales channels and distributors. Virtual Assistant Market During the forecast period 2022-2028, the market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 1% from 2022 million US$ to 2028 million US$.

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The authors of the report draw up an encyclopedic assessment of the most important regional markets and their evolution in recent years. Readers are provided with accurate facts and figures on the Virtual Assistant market and its important factors such as consumption, production, revenue growth, and CAGR. The report also shares gross margin, market share, attractiveness index, and value and volume growth for all segments studied by analysts. It highlights key developments, product portfolio, markets served and other areas depicting business growth of major companies profiled in the report.

The report has been prepared using the latest primary and secondary research methods and tools. Our analysts rely on government documents, white papers, press releases, reliable investor information, financial and quarterly reports, and public and private interviews to gather data and information about the market in which they operate.

Virtual Assistant Market Segmentation:

Virtual Assistant Market, By Application (2016-2027)

  • BFSI
  • Retail and e-commerce
  • Automotive
  • Health care
  • Others

Virtual Assistant Market, By Product (2016-2027)

  • smart speech
  • Intelligent voice recognition

Key Players operating in the Virtual Assistant Market:

  • Oracle
  • Communications Shades
  • Microsoft
  • Inbenta Technologies
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Apple
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • Google
  • Amazon

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ESTIMATED YEAR

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YEAR OF REFERENCE

2021

FORECAST YEAR

2022 to 2028

HISTORICAL YEAR

2020

SECTORS COVERED

Types, applications, end users, and more.

REPORT COVER

Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends

BY REGION

North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa

Geographic segment covered in the report:

The Virtual Assistant report provides information on the market area, which is divided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate for each region, country and sub-region over the estimated period.

  • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
  • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
  • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
  • Asia Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

Goals and Objectives of Virtual Assistant Market Research

  • Understanding the Virtual Assistant opportunities and advancements determines the market strengths, along with the key regions and countries involved in the market growth.
  • Study the various segments of the Virtual Assistant market and the dynamics of Virtual Assistant in the market.
  • Categorize the virtual assistant segments with growing growth potential and assess the futuristic segment market.
  • Analyze the most important trends related to the different segments that help to decipher and convince the virtual assistant market.
  • Check region-specific growth and development in the Virtual Assistant Market.
  • Understand the major players in the Virtual Assistant market and the value of the competitive image of the Virtual Assistant market leaders.
  • To study the key plans, initiatives, and strategies for the development of the Virtual Assistant Market.

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3 Virtual Assistant Market Segmentation by Types

4 Virtual Assistant Market Segmentation by End Users

5 Market Analysis by Major Regions

6 Major Countries Virtual Assistant Market Core Products

7 North America Virtual Assistant Landscape Analysis

8 Europe Virtual Assistant Landscape Analysis

9 Asia-Pacific Virtual Assistant Landscape Analysis

10 Latin America, Middle East and Africa Virtual Assistant Landscape Analysis

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Use a virtual assistant – InsuranceNewsNet https://work-fromhomee.com/use-a-virtual-assistant-insurancenewsnet/ Sun, 01 May 2022 04:00:22 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/use-a-virtual-assistant-insurancenewsnet/ Insurers are locked in to accelerate growth in 2022, Deloitte reported in its 2022 Insurance Industry Outlook. “But attracting (and retaining) talent in an evolving hybrid work environment will be critical,” the report says. Jacobson and Ward’s latest labor market survey of the insurance market found that 62% of insurance companies plan to hire staff, […]]]>

Insurers are locked in to accelerate growth in 2022, Deloitte reported in its 2022 Insurance Industry Outlook. “But attracting (and retaining) talent in an evolving hybrid work environment will be critical,” the report says.

Jacobson and Ward’s latest labor market survey of the insurance market found that 62% of insurance companies plan to hire staff, but “recruitment challenges are increasing”. For the first time in the study’s history, from IT to sales to operations, all roles are rated moderately to extremely difficult to fill.

The average salesperson only spends 35% of their time selling. The main obstacles to sales productivity are administrative. According to the insurance marketers at Zip Quote, the tasks that hinder advisor productivity are:

» Email and inbox management — a black hole that changes every day.

» Poor customer relationship management data hygiene. Inconsistent and incomplete contact information and status.

» Lack of a lead management system. Physical tracks on business cards and Post-its disappear.

» Time spent prospecting. Finding and researching qualified leads, building lists, and making contacts takes time.

» Inconsistent lead tracking. Lack of a formal lead follow-up process.

» Tedious manual workflows. Monitoring of new applications and renewals.

The vanishing administrative assistant

The Wall Street Journal wrote about the “disappearing administrative assistant” in 2020. The decline has been gradual but massive. The number of workers with the administrative assistant title has dropped by 65% ​​since 2004. The United States has cut more than 2 million administrative assistant jobs since 2000. Meanwhile, job site Lensa has reported that administrative assistant is the third most difficult position to fill in 2022. .

It turns out that every productivity app designed to empower executives and had the opposite effect. A Service Now study found that salespeople only spend 35% of their time selling. The rest of their time is spent on day-to-day tasks such as email correspondence, scheduling meetings, entering CRM data, prospecting and finding leads.

Enter Managed Admin Services for Executive Teams

The shortage of administrative assistants is particularly difficult for companies with larger management teams that need to rapidly increase their support. According to LinkedIn, the tight job market and growing demand means it takes a median of 33 days to hire an administrative assistant. Stretch that timeframe for several frames and you have a tall order.

Companies are realizing that paying executives to do administrative work is bad business, and they may instead outsource the work to experts – managed remote virtual assistant services. In a managed virtual assistant service, the service provider hires, trains and supervises assistants – the assistants work for the service provider. Leadership teams get a layer of professional administrative support without the time and cost of recruiting, hiring, training and managing more people.

Leadership teams can:

» Hire faster. Service providers maintain a bank of qualified and trained assistants.

» Evolve faster. It is much easier to hire several assistants to form a cohort.

» Reduced overhead. Assistants are employees of service providers, with no human resources or performance management lever for companies.

” Lower cost. Assistants are hired on a split basis and you pay for the hours used.

Sell ​​more with less: use a virtual assistant

What can managed virtual assistants do for insurance sales teams?

Virtual assistants can perform many tasks that slow down agency productivity. The beauty of a managed service is that this work happens in the background while the sales team focuses on selling and customer relationships. Managed virtual assistant providers train assistants to perform the following functions.

CRM management. Validity and Demand Metric’s latest CRM data management study found that while 86% of companies said their CRM system was “important or very important” to meeting revenue goals, 39% said they weren’t. didn’t have a CRM data management process or that the one they had was inefficient.

Your assistant can:

» Enter all your contacts into your CRM and fill in the missing information about them.

» Keep your contact data clean and up-to-date by editing statuses as needed, deleting duplicate data, etc.

» Run reports and send them to yourself so you have access to the latest information about your pipeline.

Lead management. Between 30% and 70% of prospect data “degrades” every year (job changes, promotions, changes in phone number and email address). A virtual assistant prevents this by:

» Continuous updating of contact information.

» Recording of all communications such as calls, emails and meetings so that you have a record of all your contacts with prospects.

» Maintain the status and ownership of prospects in your CRM.

» Tracking requests, renewals and policy changes.

Prospecting. Over 40% of salespeople say prospecting is their biggest challenge, according to the HubSpot 2021 Sales Enablement Report. Prospecting is tedious and time-consuming. Virtual assistants can:

» Search contact databases such as Sales Navigator and ZoomInfo based on lead qualification criteria.

» Build lists for e-mail distribution.

» Launch and manage email campaigns.

Lead tracking. The HubSpot report also found that 80% of customers buy from the first company to respond to a request, but most sales teams take five days to respond. Your virtual assistants will:

» Contact qualified prospects who fill out forms on your website or respond to campaigns.

» Schedule calls to meet prospects.

» Confirm appointments to reduce no-shows.

Create and manage workflows. According to Salesforce, it takes six to eight contacts to close a sale, but 70% of salespeople stop at one. Here’s how virtual assistants help:

» Create automated email campaigns for your prospects.

» Plan a social media post.

» Set up alerts and contacts for customer milestones such as renewals, birthdays and holidays.

More tasks than a managed virtual assistant service can provide

All sorts of back-office tasks distract producers from their primary mission: winning new business and serving existing customers. Some of the tasks performed by managed virtual assistants include:

» Communications with the underwriter, so you are not on hold for hours.
» Processing riders as plans change.
» New business and quote preparation.
» Invoicing and payment processing.
» Preparation of tear-off sheets for sales calls.

Find the right solution

There are several virtual assistant business models, including hiring a local freelancer, using freelance marketplaces such as Upwork, using an outsourcing agency, and using the managed service model. described here. Review sites such as Investopedia and The Balance SMB provide helpful tips for finding the right solution to ensure you don’t fall behind the growth curve in 2022.

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Your business still needs an international strategy. here’s why https://work-fromhomee.com/your-business-still-needs-an-international-strategy-heres-why/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:25:06 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/your-business-still-needs-an-international-strategy-heres-why/ These are strange times, with wars, weather and the COVID-19 pandemic reshaping the global business landscape. For many executives, survival is a life-and-death struggle and expanding internationally seems a pipe dream. But a business leader with big aspirations still needs an international strategy. The movement of goods and people has slowed over the past two […]]]>

These are strange times, with wars, weather and the COVID-19 pandemic reshaping the global business landscape. For many executives, survival is a life-and-death struggle and expanding internationally seems a pipe dream. But a business leader with big aspirations still needs an international strategy.

The movement of goods and people has slowed over the past two years, but global trade doesn’t stop, it evolves.

The death of distance is a key driver of international trade in 2022. Despite the short-term supply chain crisis, improved logistics, travel and technology are enabling goods, people and ideas to move around the world faster than at any other time in history. We can communicate and work with customers and suppliers who were unreachable just a few years ago.

Unlimited opportunity = unbridled competition

This means for service providers that international markets are more accessible than ever. Increased adoption of technology-enabled service delivery equates to lower barriers to entry. In other words, if you have a great product that can be delivered without you needing to be there in person, and a powerful message that resonates with your audience, you suddenly have nearly limitless potential to sell anywhere. or.

The downside of unlimited opportunity is a massive increase in competition. If the barriers to entry come down and you can suddenly sell anywhere, people around the world can also sell in your home market. And if they can create and sell a better product for less and market it with the same flair, that’s the end of your market share.

The truth is that the dark side of borderless markets (increased competition) should be just as important a driver for a savvy CEO as its bright side (increased opportunity).

Foreign competitors aren’t the only ones to worry about: you can’t afford to ignore threats at home. Some of your savvy domestic competitors have already realized that they can turn geo-arbitrage in their favor.

They use Jamaican web developers and designers, Hungarian and Slovenian graphic designers, Indian accountants and Filipino virtual assistants to obtain services for themselves and their clients at a fraction of the cost of a domestic purchase.

They are able to lower their cost of goods sold and lower you, while making a profit. Expanding overseas remains a smart way to counter the threat of foreign competitors and local companies capitalizing on geo-arbitrage to compete with you at home.

Reach more customers

Access to international markets provides access to more customers. This is important for any business that only has customers in one geographic area, and it’s especially true if you’re based in a country (like Australia) that has a relatively small domestic market.

Spread your risk

The phrase “don’t put all your eggs in one basket” applies to investment portfolios as well as clienteles. A business can pay dearly if too many of its customers are concentrated in one country and conditions change quickly. If you only sell in one market and there is a downturn, new competitors appear, regulations change, or your machines break down, sales can drop dramatically, putting the business at risk. Diversifying your markets offsets risk in the home market by opening up opportunities with new customers, new partnerships and joint ventures, and new product development opportunities for specific geographies.

Diversification can also help small businesses survive tough economic times and political volatility, factors that are increasingly important as global politics and international trade dynamics continue to change rapidly and dramatically. unpredictable.

Master the costs

Any shrewd CEO wants to cut costs, and globalization can help. Even as COVID-19 forces manufacturers everywhere to reassess supply chain reliability and seek supply chain solutions closer to home, you can still find more cost-effective solutions to your production and overseas manufacturing. And in Asia, low tax rates and settlement programs abound to entice foreign companies to set up shop ashore.

Maximize profits

Foreign markets can generate higher returns, especially if they are less advanced, attractive or competitive than your home market. Difficult markets generally attract fewer foreign companies and you may find that there is a gap in the market that you can fill, potentially allowing you to charge a higher premium than you can attract at home. .

Increase in business value

Finally, nothing increases the value of your business better than an international presence. When a management team can demonstrate to investors that they’re selling internationally, they’ve signaled the potential to make a lot more money, for all the reasons I’ve discussed here. Simply put, companies with international reach have an unfair advantage over their domestic cousins.

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Emmanuel Macron defeats Marine Le Pen https://work-fromhomee.com/emmanuel-macron-defeats-marine-le-pen/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 15:31:21 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/emmanuel-macron-defeats-marine-le-pen/ The results of the French presidential election are in: Emmanuel Macron won a second term as French president with a comfortable majority. However, this victory is tempered by the fact that the extreme right, led by Marine Le Pen, achieved its best result in the history of the Fifth Republic. Ido Vock discusses Macron’s success […]]]>

The results of the French presidential election are in: Emmanuel Macron won a second term as French president with a comfortable majority. However, this victory is tempered by the fact that the extreme right, led by Marine Le Pen, achieved its best result in the history of the Fifth Republic.

Ido Vock discusses Macron’s success and Le Pen’s relative gains with the new statesmanforeign editor, Megan Gibson.

They cover the reaction in France and around the world, the sincerity of Macron’s promise to bring about change via an entirely new political project, and the legislative elections looming in June.

As the election is over, the France elects The podcast series will continue to provide updates on French politics with special episodes to cover major developments.

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How Le Pen failed to deliver a knockout blow to Macron in a televised debate.

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Uses of artificial intelligence for emotional well-being | Sidhharrth S Kumaar https://work-fromhomee.com/uses-of-artificial-intelligence-for-emotional-well-being-sidhharrth-s-kumaar/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 20:32:09 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/uses-of-artificial-intelligence-for-emotional-well-being-sidhharrth-s-kumaar/ A form of technology first recognized in 1956, artificial intelligence (AI), has begun to drive a potentially profound change in the way mental illness is detected, diagnosed and treated. The recent boom in the use of telemedicine has accelerated the influence of AI. However, while several important sectors of society are poised to embrace the […]]]>

A form of technology first recognized in 1956, artificial intelligence (AI), has begun to drive a potentially profound change in the way mental illness is detected, diagnosed and treated. The recent boom in the use of telemedicine has accelerated the influence of AI.

However, while several important sectors of society are poised to embrace the potential of AI, caution remains in order in medicine, including psychiatry, as evidenced by recent media headlines like this from The New York Times : “Dark Side Warnings to AI in Healthcare.”

Yet, regardless of the apparent concerns, the applications of AI in medicine are steadily increasing. This also includes the field of mental health.

The big question now is whether AI techniques outweigh the skills and experience of clinical psychologists and other mental health caregivers.

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Does artificial intelligence (AI) detect mental health issues better than clinicians?

In just over a decade, almost every section of the medical industry has been ushered into a new generation of digital care delivery.

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Technology products that will change the way you work https://work-fromhomee.com/technology-products-that-will-change-the-way-you-work/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 11:57:22 +0000 https://work-fromhomee.com/technology-products-that-will-change-the-way-you-work/ Looking for ways to improve your productivity at work? If so, you’re in luck! In this blog post, we’ll discuss the latest and greatest technology products designed to help you do more. From virtual assistants to task management tools, there’s a product for everyone. So read on to learn more about these innovative products and […]]]>

Looking for ways to improve your productivity at work? If so, you’re in luck! In this blog post, we’ll discuss the latest and greatest technology products designed to help you do more. From virtual assistants to task management tools, there’s a product for everyone. So read on to learn more about these innovative products and how they can help take your business to the next level.

Amazon Echo

If you’re looking for a way to make your work life easier, the Amazon Echo is a great option. This voice-activated device can do everything from play music and answer questions to control your smart home devices. Plus, with Amazon’s Alexa assistant built-in, you can ask her to add items to your shopping list or set timers and alarms. The Echo is perfect for anyone who wants to be more productive and organized. Besides, Technerds Specialists suggest that the Amazon Echo can also be a great asset in brainstorming sessions. Brainstorming with Alexa is easy; just ask her to “turn on brainstorming mode” and she’ll start recording all your ideas. Once you’re done, you can ask her to “stop brainstorming” and she’ll save all your ideas for later review.

Google Home
If you’re looking for a voice-activated assistant that can help with everything from setting alarms to playing music, then you’ll want to check out Google Home. This nifty little device can also answer questions, provide weather and traffic updates, and even control compatible smart devices in your home. Best of all, it’s always getting smarter with regular software updates. Google Home is a great addition to any home, but it’s especially useful if you’re always on the go. With its hands-free functionality, you can multitask like never before: just ask Google Home to play your favorite podcast while you cook dinner or fold the laundry.

Robot vacuum
If you hate cleaning as much as we do, then you’ll love the idea of ​​a robot vacuum. These nifty little devices are becoming increasingly popular and for good reason. They’re affordable, they save you time, and they do a pretty decent job of keeping your floors clean. There are several different brands, but my favorite is the iRobot Roomba. It’s affordable, easy to use, and does a great job of picking up dirt and dust. So if you’re looking for a way to make your life a little easier, we highly recommend investing in a robot vacuum.

Fitbit
Fitbit is one of the most popular fitness trackers on the market, and for good reason. This little wearable device can track your steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes, as well as monitor your sleep quality. It also syncs wirelessly with your computer or smartphone so you can see your progress over time. And if you’re looking to stay motivated, you can join Fitbit’s online community to connect with other users and share tips and encouragement. Whether you’re trying to get in shape or just want to be more aware of your daily activity level, Fitbit is a great tool to help you reach your goals. Give it a try – you might be surprised how much it changes the way you train.

Wireless charging station
If you’re looking for a wireless charging station that can power your devices quickly and efficiently, look no further than Wireless Charging Station. This product is one of the most popular on the market, and for good reason: it is reliable, recharges quickly and is easy to use. Simply place your Qi-enabled device on the charger and let the magic happen. The Anker Wireless Charging Station is also compatible with all major smartphones including iPhone, Samsung, Google Pixel, etc. If you are looking for a premium wireless charging station, the Anker Wireless Charging Station is the answer.

Nest
Nest is a smart thermostat that remembers your temperature preferences and programs itself accordingly. It also has an auto-away feature that lowers the temperature when you’re away from home to save energy. With Nest, you can control the temperature of your home from your phone or tablet, so you’ll never be too hot or too cold again. You’ll also save money on your energy bill with Nest because it’s designed to be more efficient than traditional thermostats. If you’re looking for a tech product that will change the way you work, Nest is a great option. It’s simple to use and can help you stay comfortable and save money at the same time.

Overall, these are great tech products that can change the way you work. Whether you’re looking for a better way to stay organized or want to increase your productivity, these tools can help. So why not try them? You might be surprised how much they can improve your workflow.

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