Explain it to the Business

Description

The PaceAI “Explain it to the Business” tool is a practical tool designed to bridge the gap between technical details and business understanding.

This tool serves as a translator, helping technical professionals convey complex concepts, solutions, or project updates to non-technical stakeholders in a clear and comprehensible manner.

Whether discussing software features, project timelines, or technology investments, the PaceAI “Explain it to the Business” tool ensures that technical professionals can communicate effectively with executives, managers, or any non-technical stakeholders.

How to use the “Explain it to the Business” tool?

Step 1 – Search or Select “Explain it to the Business” from your dashboard

Step 2: Input product/project description.

Tip: Providing a short detailed description of your project/product gives you tailored explanation to the business

Step 3: Select the ‘Generate’ button

Example

Input:

AWS cloud infrastructure

Output:

Explanation:

AWS cloud infrastructure refers to a system of servers, storage, and networks provided by Amazon Web Services. It allows businesses to store and access their digital data and applications remotely, instead of relying solely on their own physical servers or computers.

Analogies:

  1. “The AWS cloud infrastructure is like renting a storage unit for your business. Instead of cramming all your belongings into your own small garage, you can offload them to a spacious storage facility. You can access your items whenever you need them, without the hassle of managing your own limited storage space.”
  2. “Imagine if your business was a restaurant and you needed extra kitchen space for busy weekends. AWS cloud infrastructure acts like a fully-equipped, off-site commercial kitchen that you can rent whenever you need it. You no longer have to worry about expanding your physical kitchen or buying new equipment. It’s a flexible and cost-effective solution.”

Remember, these analogies aim to simplify the concept of AWS cloud infrastructure by relating it to familiar scenarios for non-technical individuals.

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Updated on December 6, 2023