We had the opportunity to meet with Adrien Schmidt, CEO and Co-founder of Bouquet.ai during the IT Press Tour in San Francisco. Adrien started building Aristotle, with Natural Language Processing (NLP) for analytics, in 2017, to make data and insights available for people on the frontline of an organization given their need for speed and data at the edge of the organization (e.g. a CSR on the phone with a customer or an airline ticket agent at the airport with a passenger).
People are the edge want an answer to their question — a number, a growth rate, not a graph. You need the answer to your question to make data worthwhile. Adrien does not want users to have to interpret results since they just want an answer to their question.