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CRM Radio by GoldMine

13
Feb 2019

Explainable AI, Progression and Trends

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Join host Paul Petersen and Amy Guarino, COO of Kyndi as they discuss the current state of AI, how it's progressed, trends – and when companies can expect see it applied in their business. They will also talk about who companies might deal with that are using it. The underlying topic is explainable AI.

  • How AI is the alternative to deep learning
  • Why AI can be the antithesis to the "Block Box"
  • How AI can streamline regulated businesses

About our guest Amy Guarino:

Over the past 25 years, Amy has been an accomplished business leader who uses sales, marketing and management methods learned at IBM to quickly drive results at startup and mid-size companies. Prior to joining Kyndi as Chief Operating Officer, she spent eight years at Marketo, as the Vice President of Business Development.

Amy has a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame. She was selected to the Forbes Forty over 40 list, and recognized as one of the Top 100 Women of Influence in the Silicon Valley. She has served on numerous boards, in addition to advising Silicon Valley startups.

ABOUT KYNDI

Kyndi is an artificial intelligence company that’s building the first Explainable AI platform for government, financial services, and healthcare. Our product exists because critical organizations cannot use “black box” machine learning when they are required to explain the reason for any decision. With its mission to optimize human cognitive performance, Kyndi is transforming business processes by offering auditable AI systems. Kyndi’s products and solutions also help to mitigate the human bias that can arise in the process of extracting knowledge and answers from data.

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CRM Radio is hosted by Paul Petersen, G.M. an Vice President of GoldMine CRM.  CRM Radio is sponsored by GoldMine CRM.  

23
Jan 2019

Successful CRM Deployment is Culture Driven

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CRM Radio host Paul Petersen interviews Gene Marks. In this program Marks says that if companies want to succeed with their CRM system they need to invest in their people first. The result is a successful CRM system, growing sales, a clean database and a high value for the company.

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2
Jan 2019

Social Media Trends Plus Brian Fanzo’s Latest Gadget

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  • We chat with Brian about his podcast on the business value of Facebook and Instagram: we will discuss the key takeaways and why this was so popular.
  • There will be an update on social media trends for B2B.
  • We'll have some fun discussing his latest "gadget. Do they make gadgets any more? - Find out.
  • Find out if you have FOMO: fear of missing out - Don't miss it!

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27
Dec 2018

Branding Returns - Is Digital is Too Cheap? - 5 Minutes with Douglas Karr

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Digital Marketing has suffered in recent years from vanity metrics (likes, followers, etc.) and some channels not living up to their hype.

Marketers are returning to traditional branding - but that shouldn’t eliminate digital. Digital marketing enables faster research, testing, agility, and can ultimately be the baseline for every traditional effort.

Join Paul Petersen and his guest, Douglas Karr as they dive into the pressing issues of the struggles of SMB marketers.

The original 30 minute program is here:

How to leverage digital marketing everyday

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11
Dec 2018

Jay Baer - Using Technology as a Marketing and Customer Service Competitive Advantage

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Jay Baer is the author of six books, well known as  keynote speaker, and the principle of Convince & Convert a consultancy. During this interview with host Paul Petersen, Jay discusses how to use technology in new and different ways to bring a sustainable advantage to your company.

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28
Nov 2018

Insights from Leading SMB & CRM Pundit Gene Marks

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Gene Marks is the guest for CRM Radio host Paul Petersen as they discuss the future of small business in a growing and occasionally chaotic economy.

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21
Nov 2018

Connection on-line is the new Relationship Model for Business! Kosakowski and Petersen Podcast

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We talked with Jack Kosakowski, the CEO (US Division) of Creative Agency. We will be covering topics around sales, social selling and Small Business Trends. In particular we will cover how sales people use social media, how to increase conversions, the roll content plays in sales and how its created, along with how SMB owners use and collect data for the sales process. The host is Paul Petersen.

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5
Nov 2018

Want to create better content? Start here.

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Dave Charest is a content marketer and creator of the One-to-Many Method of content creation.

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24
Oct 2018

Anthony Iannarino: the Most Important 6 Word Question a Sales Rep Can Ask

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Anthony Iannarino, author, speaker and well-known sales leader discusses his contrary opinion of the buying process in B2B. He says prospects don’t already know about the product and salespeople aren’t unnecessary as some will have us believe. In this interview with the host Paul Petersen he covers:

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11
Sep 2018

Brian Fanzo: Translating Geekspeak while Simplifying the Complex.

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  • We chat with Brian about his podcast on the business value of Facebook and Instagram: we will discuss the key takeaways and why this was so popular.
  • There will be an update on social media trends for B2B.
  • We'll have some fun discussing his latest "gadget. Do they make gadgets any more? - Find out.
  • Find out if you have FOMO: fear of missing out - Don't miss it!

Read the rest of this entry »