The company has not revealed how much it invested in Lisa or its other AI tools, but Álex says that the new tool was developed with relatively little investment and time, given the project’s significant scope. This was made possible by the company’s technological maturity.
TeamsTo develop Lisa, Mango established two teams. One team comprised tech professionals specialized in architecture, user experience, data science, front-end development (the user-facing part of a website), and back-end development (website infrastructure). The other team consisted of AI platform specialists who focused on developing Mango’s proprietary models.
“It’s been crucial for us to establish strong partnerships with different departments at Mango,” said Álex. “For instance, we train our technology using real-life scenarios that various Mango teams encounter regularly,” Álex stresses that Mango’s tools are always intended to enhance their people’s capabilities, rather than supplant them. “Our aim with these innovations is to empower our professionals, giving them the best tools to work comfortably and efficiently, and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and synergies between the physical and online worlds.”Source: Javier García Ropero – El País