AsystMe has invented an “orchestration assistant” that helps mobile millennials to orchestrate living. It is well documented that millennials are overloaded with information and technology; they also fear missing out on events and deals. Also, it is difficult for businesses to cut through the noise to engage with millennials. These problems are partially addressed today with engagements that are personalized based on the recipient’s past purchases and searches. Complementing this, AsystMe is pursuing a huge untapped opportunity to personalize engagements based on knowledge of the recipient’s scheduled: events, tasks and places. Users benefit from less noise, less hassle, and more relevance; to gain trust we protect privacy while putting the user in control. Businesses benefit with improved revenues and customer loyalty, without having to obtain knowledge of users’ calendars on their own. With funding we expect to launch in early 2017, acquire users via a signed partner, and gro...
AsystMe has invented an “orchestration assistant” that helps mobile millennials to orchestrate living. It is well documented that millennials are overloaded with information and technology; they also fear missing out on events and deals. Also, it is difficult for businesses to cut through the noise to engage with millennials. These problems are partially addressed today with engagements that are personalized based on the recipient’s past purchases and searches. Complementing this, AsystMe is pursuing a huge untapped opportunity to personalize engagements based on knowledge of the recipient’s scheduled: events, tasks and places. Users benefit from less noise, less hassle, and more relevance; to gain trust we protect privacy while putting the user in control. Businesses benefit with improved revenues and customer loyalty, without having to obtain knowledge of users’ calendars on their own. With funding we expect to launch in early 2017, acquire users via a signed partner, and grow revenues to $50M.

Our patent-pending software is comprised of a cloud-based platform and a mobile-app “calendar on steroids” dashboard. To address the fear of missing out we suggest: things to do, deals, sharing opportunities and volunteering opportunities. These suggestions, along with commitments, are placed on the user’s calendar (part of dashboard). To reduce overload and hassle we help to coordinate the user’s involvement with suggested or committed calendar events such as buying a ticket, arranging a ride, or finding a nearby dining deal. In the future we will add automated services to help users to manage various facets of life such as: meal planning, fitness, home automation, and managing their things.
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