10/23/18 – The New World of Openless Apps, With Peter Lisoskie

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Innovations should create a more humanized connection through technology; innovation that isn’t just better, but provocative.

One of the most crucial dynamics of brand excellence is the way in which we communicate with our audience. Like any relationship, communication is the medium for connection.

An Interactive Conversational Experience can dramatically improve the effectiveness of how you communicate with your team and your audience. The humanized capabilities of an Interactive Conversational Experience can empower you to elevate your external brand communication and enhance internal brand culture adoption.

Chatbot creator, Peter Lisoskie, joins us this week to enhance our customer interaction capabilities.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • What is an Openless App;
  • Why it is needed;
  • Why the world is moving to a mobile first environment;
  • What will happen if businesses don’t switch to a mobile first approach;
  • What is meant by Interactive Conversational Experience;
  • And much more.

If you’re ready to enhance the communication between your company, customers, and team, this episode is for you.

Click Here to Listen Live on Tuesday, October 23 @ 12:00 Noon Eastern >>>

About This Guest: ()

Peter Lisoskie is an accomplished Senior Executive and Innovator with more than 30 years of success across high-tech and product development. Mr. Lisoskie has held leadership positions at companies as Division Manager for Hewlett Packard, VeriFone, and Nike. He holds 12 patents. Part mad scientist. Part futurist. Part capitalist. Lisoskie peaks into the future and brings innovations to life today that people don’t even know they need yet - but they will. His current innovation is a new software platform called Openless Apps that are replacing native phone apps and eventually websites – all optimized for a mobile environment. His work as been featured in Inc. Magazine and will be in a Fall issue in Forbes.

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