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Last night I was in the checkout line at the grocery store. There was a woman behind me with a cart full of produce who told me, “I’ll probably end up throwing most of this away.” I asked her why. She said she knows she should eat healthy, but it takes too much time and effort to whip up a meal from scratch, and anyway, she wasn’t that great of a cook. Despite her best intentions, she ends up ordering in for the family most nights.
Unfortunate fact – over 40% of food produced is wasted, depleting resources like fresh water, electricity and human effort.
Wouldn’t it be great if raw ingredients could magically convert themselves into dishes for the family – no time, effort, or cooking skills needed? The family could be eating healthier meals, they’d be eating the food they spent money and time to procure, and it wouldn’t end up wasted in the trash anymore.
Companies are wasting data
Many companies are wasting data just like many people are wasting food.
Companies recognize how important data is. They know their workforce is hungry for data-driven solutions to their problems. They need it to thrive in the current landscape.
So they invest significantly in …
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