Skejul simplifies the complex process of coordinating activities involving people, places and things. The Company’s platform uses a dynamic “hub and spoke” data architecture, powered by a powerful proprietary artificial intelligence engine, to make real-time recommendations regarding the best available options for scheduling desired activities. Skejul incorporates a patent-pending, blind-matching methodology that utilizes individual timeline data to identify and rank the options without requiring the individuals to share their calendars directly with one another.

Problem/Opportunity: Inefficient calendaring tools and processes significantly increase the cost of scheduling an activity. For example, planning a business meeting frequently takes as much or more time than the actual meeting itself due to the endless exchange of associated phone calls and emails. For the approximately 20 billion business meetings that are scheduled annually in the U.S. alone, this translates into billions of dollars in wasted labor costs and lost productivity. While numerous companies have attempted to address this issue, they have all failed to adequately resolve the problem due to their continued reliance on the existing, decentralized, calendar-based activity management infrastructure.

Solution: Skejul fundamentally improves the process of scheduling and activity coordination through its dynamic “hub and spoke” data architecture. Individual timelines and event cards for scheduled activities are stored in a central repository. The company's patent-pending, “context aware predictive computing”TM platform uses AI to assesses the availability of the various participants to generate real-time scheduling recommendations that are probabilistically ranked based upon group and individual behavioral models, preferences, and priorities. Activity cards are linked to individual timelines as interactive content that is continuously refreshed in real- time, empowering individuals with the most current information whenever the activity card is accessed, whether through the Skejul apps or directly via a web browser. The Skejul platform also enhances the experience through the exchange of related communications and content within the context of the associated activity card. In addition, Skejul-enabled websites can incorporate a Skejul “button” that an individual can simply click to identify the optimal available service appointment, which is then automatically recorded to their Skejul timeline.

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