Aristotle’s voice analytics is the future of business insights


In the modern era, data analytics is as essential to a B2B organization’s success as cash flow and quality marketing. But there is a problem; uncovering mission-critical business insights is a time-consuming and laborious process.

Data analysts at startups and multinational conglomerates must comb through vast quantities of information distributed across multiple platforms to create reports. Because many different departments need insights to succeed, data reporting is an ongoing task can overwhelm the most dedicated worker.

However,’s Aristotle enterprise digital assistant can make analytics as easy as an informal chat.

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The Power of Conversational Data Analytics

Founded in 2017, offers an artificial intelligence (AI) solution for expediting and performing ongoing data analytics. The firm believes people are more engaged and content in their roles when they can communicate freely. Furthermore, the startup asserts forcing workers to navigate dashboards, click menus, and fill text boxes, and free-flowing conversation isn’t possible.

That’s where the company’s groundbreaking Aristotle application comes in. A voice-enabled AI assistant, the program can interpolate data from a host of different platforms. It then indexes that information in a singular database that can be accessed through conversation.

For instance, let’s say you want to know how much revenue the company brought in last quarter. Typically, you’d have to log into several different systems to access and correlate sales, inventory, and purchasing data. With Aristotle, which can integrate with systems like Salesforce, SAP, and Zen Desk, all users need to do is ask the question in plain language. The program will then quickly produce the answer through voice or text.

Basically, Aristotle gives B2B firms their own always-on real-life Starfleet computers. And as an AI-powered solution, the service becomes more efficient the more clients use it.

Available Everywhere, Always

As was established in the current hyper-connected landscape, it made its digital assistant platform agnostic. Aristotle can provide users with business insights via Slack, Skype, Microsoft Teams and Workplace by Facebook. The service doesn’t require clients to familiarize themselves with a new platform or workflow. If you have a data analytics question, it has the answers, 24/7/365. All you have to do is ask.

Also, though Aristotle works equally well on mobile and desktop platforms, it can offer insights without making clients look at a screen. The application offers freedom from keyboards, drop-down menus, and endless clicks via its integration with Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and Google’s Assistant. It’s not just a hands-free data analytics solution, it’s friction-free as well.

Aristotle is also a great option for companies that want to future proof their operations. Google reports 20 percent of mobile searches are now done with voice searches. Similarly, Gardner stated that by next year, 30 percent of web browsing won’t involve a screen.’s software will evolve with the times and provide companies with the insights they need at the speed of the internet.

As it can simplify and expedite data analytics functions across sectors, Aristotle has received significant attention from venture capitalists. A year into its life, the startup received $2.1 million in seed funding from American and French investors. The company is now primed to change the global data analytics conversation forever.

Aristotle by Bouquet.AI will be featured at Collision 2019. Decision-makers interested in the benefits of cutting-edge conversational data analytics should definitely stop by its booth.