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Soffos' Use Cases

There are many use-cases for Soffos™ apps, and we will add to them here exemplified by videos as our technology develops in response to market feedback. In the meantime, the issues that our beta users are talking about most are:

Product Training for Sales People

TestMe™ allows for efficient learning by tests on information resources, such as products and policies that can be set by managers using the app. They can create tests by uploading resources, TestMe will create Q&A sets and managers can share them.

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AnswerZ™ is particularly useful for onboarding employees, not least because new hires can start the process before their first day, from home, using their own devices. Once managers have made the app available, the recipient needs only to follow a couple of prompts and is up and running in minutes.

New hires can ask questions like ‘What is involved in the onboarding process?’ or ‘Is there an itinerary for my first week?'. AnswerZ™ can then start a conversation to proactively tell new starters about any mandatory or important information, such as a checklist of things they need to bring in on their first day.

Once an employee has started their new role, AnswerZ™ can help with any questions that they might have, from the policy on pool cars to the opening times of the staff restaurant, without them having to ask their 'onboarding buddy' every two minutes.

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Finding the Knowledge – the Needle in the Haystack

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Without going too deeply into Soffos’ underlying technology, the problem with traditional computer or browser search methods is that they are keyword based. So, if a person wants to find a very specific fact about a service or policy that their company offers, say the blood-sugar level definition contained in a life assurance product for those with diabetes, a simple database search within the company’s network or cloud-based folders is going to be a long haul.

For example, the DocHoundapp allows users to replace the concept of ‘search’ with the notion of ‘ask’ – allowing (if so desired) the source documentation from answers to be presented to the inquirer. An employee would just say or type “what is the life policy definition of a high blood sugar level?”. The answer would appear, and the option to open or find information about its source becomes available.

In short, it cuts down the unproductive time finding all the things we need in both our work and personal lives.

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