Analysis Paralysis

Analysis ParalysisEpisode 7
007 - From Assembly Line Automation to Automating Small Businesses w/ David Zisner
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007 - From Assembly Line Automation to Automating Small Businesses w/ David Zisner
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On this episode of Analysis Paralysis, I am talking to David Zisner. He was an electrical engineer that worked at Intel for 15 years doing assembly line automations. He is now consulting and doing automation for small to medium size businesses.

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On this episode of Analysis Paralysis, I am talking to David Zisner. He was an electrical engineer that worked at Intel for 15 years doing assembly line automations. He is now consulting and doing automation for small to medium size businesses.

On this episode of Analysis Paralysis, I am talking to David Zisner. He was an electrical engineer that worked at Intel for 15 years doing assembly line automations. He is now consulting and doing automation for small to medium size businesses.

We talk about how it's important to focus and specialize on specific software solutions, in his case, the CRM Pipedrive, versus being a jack of all traits. We even finish off the call discussing chat bots, AI, and some of the crazy things Google is doing to push the industry forward and some of the backlash that has come from Google Duplex announced at Google I/O 2018.

What is Analysis Paralysis?

Business process design is one of the most important aspects of scaling a business. However, it’s oftentimes overlooked by companies in the SMB space. This podcast sets out to accomplish two main things: We talk about all things process: CRM, workflow, automation, and efficiency. We chat with industry and automation experts regarding the ever-changing software landscape, and best practices you can leverage to grow your business. This is Analysis Paralysis, where we analyze so you don’t have to be paralyzed.