Cincinnati-based startup Get Together AI, founded in 2021 by former Procter & Gamble and Nielsen executives Maddie Bell and Mike Bell, has rebranded as Scheduler AI. The company’s AI-driven scheduling platform has been gaining traction and expanding beyond its initial social focus, according to co-founder Maddie Bell.
Originally launched as a “better Calendly” to help working parents like themselves effortlessly schedule social gatherings, work meetings, and appointments, Scheduler AI is now making waves in the enterprise space. Users can schedule meetings via text, chat platforms like Slack, and email.
Maddie Bell explained that while the original mission of managing time effectively remains at the heart of the company, the advanced AI technology now drives revenue growth, enhances team collaboration, and streamlines meeting management for businesses of all sizes.
In terms of performance, Scheduler AI’s first-party model currently outperforms OpenAI’s ChatGPT-3.5 in speed and accuracy for scheduling commands, with a waitlist available for developers to trial GPT-4.
Among the latest features, Scheduler AI’s scheduling assistant enables organizations to automate demo bookings with potential clients as soon as they express interest, which significantly improves meeting close rates. The solution also simplifies coordinating complex client handoffs, expediting deal flow, and ensuring seamless transitions between team members at different stages of the sales process. Scheduler AI also makes it easy to find meeting times for teams in various locations and time zones and handles meeting management tasks such as sending calendar invites, adding video conferencing links, and rescheduling when plans change.
Customers of Scheduler AI include Ernst & Young and local startup catalyst group Cintrifuse. Scheduler AI is an Ocean Accelerator alum, a Main Street Ventures “Launch” grant recipient, and has won first place in Slack and Square hackathons. Both founders now work full time on Scheduler AI, which has raised $1 million in capital to date from investors such as Drive Capital, 11Tribes, and 333 Ventures.
Cincy Inno named Scheduler AI one of its top 23 Startups to Watch in 2023, while American Inno ranked it among the top 35 AI Startups to Watch in the U.S. earlier this month.