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I would actually go back to us ever Cisco now -- had a little time out a little.
-- away from the electronics and it talked to the founder of a company that aims to keep all of your social and real life.
Organize into gathered as the university is the founder CEO of Q and Daniel nice to see you again thanks for joining us today.
Thanks for having me on Robert good morning good morning all right well so you and I talked as -- are launching a few months ago let's sort of bring people of the speed who.
Maybe are familiar with Q.
You -- basically cut the clutter your you're chasing that elusive goal of making people more productive through technology incident just as a Peterson not you know enough shopping on Amazon recent us rescinding your work cannot you know by email.
First off talk to slow -- about how Q works to do this.
So if you -- your email contacts and calendar and into an intelligent overview of your day.
So what you needed access to your -- your contacts.
And your calendar Q will be able to predict what's next in your days.
And give you helpful information about whatever that thing might be.
-- -- -- you walk into jobs saved him but before you get all of -- -- they taught us about which services and -- you talked about your email your contacts but.
It also bring in social media as well and and maybe some apps like if he had an airline reservation or something.
Yeah do we integrate with over Q doesn't services to whether your personal Gmail account your files on Dropbox your post on.
FaceBook or Twitter or even your corporate data on the hammer or base camp here is able to ingest all that information.
And music to predict what's going to be next -- takes -- -- You you're you're making a sales colony that phone number at the right time for -- walking into the airport and you need your flight confirmation number.
-- though it got your back with the information that you need.
And the satellite -- -- -- generate auto reminders that pop up -- -- industry heavily we may have some some video on the side as well with general while we're talking about it.
Sure there's many ways -- Q uses to figure what's -- in your day.
I'm one as it tries to look at your counterpart to augment that information to for example we have the name of the friend that you're going to need -- -- figure out specifically who he meant.
What their phone number -- even if they're not minding your contact book.
Also if you happen to get an email from state open table or Amazon or effectively.
-- -- want to be sure to continue automated email few people to understand that.
And automatically place sit on your screens in many cases you don't even have to do any work to maintain an update intelligent list of everything you have to do you throughout your day.
Not -- technologies Silicon Valley and other places are becoming a little more litigious do you have the blessing.
Of these other companies -- you run into any friction by accessing this -- this data coming from other social networks or from other features within phones and other -- devices.
Also we work week and -- close relations with a lot of companies that we in Iraq within and didn't number one thing to remember from our perspective is ultimately we're providing a lot of value to them.
Because we end up sending our customer back to that original service if you happen fit.
In -- out that friend you just met.
You just met during a meeting to hear Linkedin connections -- if you happen to interact with someone over -- again as a result about making that connection.
That and that being very valuable for that.
I'm so in in the long term there's actually in a very much like a win win relationship between.
I'm -- and these terrorist provider that we Iraq today in this video that information to be very guy able to advertisers we talk about targeted advertising are you looking to.
Monetize it -- way and if not how are you guys generating revenue.
So we've been making money since the day we launch the product our revenue models very very simple it's free to -- Personal services like your FaceBook account your Twitter account or even your personal mail but if you -- at any corporate facing services like your -- he'd.
Or your base camp projects which -- for that -- for five bucks a month or fifty year.
And the reason why we like that revenue model is that -- -- advises -- with the user.
Comments ultimately you can choose future products and if -- like you can vote for us with your wallet and if you don't you don't have to you.
Advertising is definitely -- question as often brought up that ultimately we're gonna work as hard as we can to make our product work.
As good as possible with our customers and it's worth noting that with this product comes a lot of privacy responsibility that we take out very close to heart and we would never.
Produce any types of ads that would infringe in our users privacy anyway just because.
It's the wrong thing to do and it doesn't make sense for us financially -- -- are just now about how many users you have so far end are you guys hiring at the moment.
We still haven't put forward any specific -- numbers for the response since Washington phenomenal on the a lot of people use the product every single day.
You figure out what's the next thing they have to -- the great thing about cues once you start using it.
You usually end -- using it all the time.
I'm in terms of hiring we definitely are we're starving really really complicated technical problems -- mean that this product is really difficult to build.
And we have -- we have a team of thirteen great engineers to who spends a lot of time trying to deliver the best experience possible to our customers.
And and we're trying as quickly as possible to expand to double or triple that size and we can and that last question for you.
Primarily consumers or businesses coming into the -- can you give us any kind of quick ratio here.
Sure we have a lot.
Of people from from both ends of the spectrum a lot of people use it she you know maintain a list of what's next in their personal life.
And -- we also have a lot of businesses that pay for the services well I think over time.
She will have appealed for every single person on the planet.
And we think -- that humans really it turns out that.
They are both consumer and business people depending on the time thanks so we really see -- -- -- Everyone on the planet and everyone in the world right -- -- founder CEO of Q thanks so much for joining us.
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