Another year is coming to a close and, here at Cogito, we’re reflecting on the milestones that made 2018 such a momentous year for our company.

I remain grateful for our enthusiastic and creative employees, customers and partners and our committed investors. I’m immensely proud that, through the use of Cogito, our clients are humanizing how they interact with their customers – leading to happier, more productive employees and more loyal customers.

Fueled by new innovations, a growing client base and Series C fund raise, we see incredible opportunities and far reaching implications for organizations who embrace technology to build more trusted relationships with their customers.

But there’s still work to be done. Employees today increasingly feel stress from the demands of modern life. And organizations are looking to more effectively connect with their customers to drive growth. Emotional intelligence is a critical skill to enhancing employee well-being, improving productivity and enabling organizational empathy. As emotional intelligence becomes a more in-demand skillset, enterprises will re-evaluate how they leverage AI – moving beyond the perception that AI is solely for automation.

Cogito’s technology offers a new frontier of human enhancing AI, and we are taking action today to meet this market demand. As we think about our impact on our own employees and our customers in the years ahead, we will work to attract the best talent, disrupt traditional software markets, and change how a broad range of organizations do business.

From all of us at Cogito: we wish you a safe and happy holiday season, and we look forward to an even more rewarding 2019!

Joshua Feast
Joshua Feast

Josh Feast is the President and CEO of Cogito. He is a serial entrepreneur and thought leader with a passion for creating innovative technology that helps people live more productive lives. Josh has more than a decade of experience as a senior executive and is regularly quoted in Forbes, Fortune, and the Wall Street Journal. He holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management where he was the Platinum-Triangle Fulbright Scholar in Entrepreneurship and a Bachelor of Technology from Massey University in New Zealand.