Hi, I’m Lucy, your AI-powered assistant for enterprise knowledge management. (Nice to meet you!) I help instantly transform terabytes of valuable data into findable answers.
I’ll search your owned and licensed data sources and quickly return the most relevant answers. I’ll show the exact page, chart, paragraph, video clip, or audio byte that answers your question. All your brand’s insights are accessed in one place—a single gateway to your enterprise knowledge.
I don’t need your data moved into my system. Through my automated integrations, I learn and remember all of the data stored across your internal files and systems. I can even connect to many popular third party subscriptions. When I answer your question, you will know just where I found it.
I automatically generate multilevel, filterable metadata, so there’s no need for humans to spend time manually tagging files. I can also locate documents based on chosen criteria, like document source, author, or publish date. I deliver focused answers from relevant content in record time, giving you a truly different way to search.
Through machine learning, I continuously learn and improve as you give me feedback. If for some reason I’m not giving you the best answer available within your data, you can use Lucy Assist and my dedicated support team will be put on the job to help us out.
That was just a quick overview of what I can do for you, but there’s so much more to cover. If you want to learn more about me, complete the form below to get in touch with my creators. We look forward to hearing from you!
KnowledgeHound and Lucy teamed up to arm enterprises with the latest techniques and forward-thinking strategies to best capitalize on enterprise knowledge.
In addition to demos and stories from the frontline, this one hour webinar covers:
After 6+ years in a Consumer Market Knowledge role at P&G, Kristi Zuhlke branched out to co-found KnowledgeHound, a Chicago, IL startup with a mission to unlock the potential hidden in every organizations' survey data.
Scott Litman is an entrepreneur in search of new ways technology can advance the mission of chief marketing officers, advertising, and media agencies. From the early days of the Internet and the first websites to business portals of the dot com era to the latest generation of 1:1 marketing — integrating sales, service, and marketing.