(Facilitate action) Thats about it! Not all enterprise software does all three, but it must do at least one. In the case of Google Analytics, the software is heavy on surfacing information in an attempt to answer the first question, light on decision support, and provides little in the way of facilitating the next action (with the exception of helping the user buy Google ads). Interestingly enough, the conversational interface answers all three of the above questions better than the software tools we have today. 1. Whats important? (Surface relevant information) Instead of having to sift through the drop-down menus, tables, functions, and buttons found in todays software, tomorrows conversational interfaces will be able to send and receive messages in plain English. By simply asking a question via a conversational interface, the user will get the relevant information theyre looking for. But what happens when the user doesnt know what they want? http://isaacgomezspot.khmermerchant.com/2016/07/31/emerging-opportunities-in-effortless-curriculum-vitae-secretsWhat about the valuable insights trapped in the data? With todays traditional interfaces, like Google Analytics, an alert appears in the top right corner, annoying the user at best or ignored entirely at worst.
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