Mozzo Analytics turns the "big data problem" into an opportunity for a world where we can converse and collaborate without the added overhead of manually storing, organizing, labeling, searching for, backing up and duplicating information.
Our engine was built for a big (unstructured) data world. It can sample massive amounts of email and other unstructured data sources, identify what is relevant and present time-sensitive information on demand. The Mozzo engine has already processed millions of emails for our first application, MozzoMail.
Mozzo's team has decades of experience across a myriad of specialities, including: natural language processing, machine learning and behavioral sciences. We have merged fundamental behavioral theory with current technologies to create elegant solutions that will greatly enhance robust communication platforms and protocols and, in doing so, realize the promise of an intelligent web.
MozzoReports derives tactical analytics from your organization's communication streams. e.g. email, voice-to-text, instant messaging and survey data. The Mozzo Relevance Engine converts this unstructured data into the Key Performance Indicators that steer your business. The MozzoReport strategic development package includes tabular data, overview charts and summary graphs tailored to your company's specific business intelligence.
Rapidly analyze millions of emails with MozzoDiscovery. MozzoDiscovery automatically organizes email data into highly relevant hubs of information (including social networks, documents, media, links and email threads). Hubs are labeled and prioritized by relevance and easily filtered by topic, people, URL, date, etc. Empower your eDiscovery team today with MozzoDiscovery.
The next version of Mozzomail will give you an at-a-glance weekly overview of your email. What does your email traffic look like? How much of it is really relevant to you? How do your email habits this week compare to previous weeks, as well as, a typical week? With whom …
How much of your eMail is grey mail (e.g., the Amazons of the world, Twitter, Facebook, discussion posts, listervs, RSS feeds) as opposed to people from your trusted network? We’re guessing that it’s A LOT. Somebody stop the madness! Fred Wilson put it this way:
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word, eMail?
Over this past year, we have asked hundreds of people about their eMail use. They spoke about it as an obligation. In some cases they spoke about it like it was part of their morning ritual, “I wake up and check …