Rhizabot Delivers Powerful Analytics via Conversational Interface for Sales and Marketing Professionals
In Rhiza’s most recent user study, we asked local TV salespeople to share their prospecting secrets with us. How do they go about getting new business? While we fully expected to hear about a wide variety of data sources being used, what we did not expect was, just how highly the approach varied depending on the individual person we talked to.
OpenUp.FixIt. is a series of conversations about Inclusion. More women and minorities in tech and leadership, now! Sponsored by Rhiza & The Pittsburgh Technology Council
I’ve got a tech crush on Siri, Cortana and Alexa. I love them not for what they can do now, but what they’ll be able to do for me soon. Let’s be honest, none of them can hold a candle to Rosie from the Jetsons. While virtual assistant technologies are becoming pervasive in our personal lives, they still can only help us set…
Josh Knauer on The Raja Show on Pittsburgh's CBS radio: "When it comes to making data available to a broad audience, Rhiza wants to start eliminating the need for a web browser. What if you could just ask questions?"
Get smart about reaching consumers. Rhiza's intuitive data analytics tools featured on NPR's tech news.
Too often companies investing heavily in diversity by hiring diversity advocates, come up with mission statements that promise a commitment to diversity, and organize specific events. This is a great first step, but it’s not the last step. How do your plans actually translate into everyday action? How will it change every day routine? Real change often rises from the bottom but in business - the rule is still top down.
Rhiza for Ad Sales adds enormous targeting power to local TV ad sales by combining deep consumer insights and comScore or Nielsen ratings in one solution, without the need to change the way they are delivering those ads.
Rhiza Data Scientist Amy Hepner talks opportunities & risks of using data science for social progress.
This morning Angela Potts, Senior Director of Business Development at The Trade Desk, presented the “Past, Present and Future” of programmatic advertising. Hosted by the Media Association of Pittsburgh (MAP), attendees were eager to raise their awareness of this growing technology.