(US & Canada) Stagwell Marketing Cloud's PRophet, the first and only generative and predictive AI SaaS platform built by and for PR professionals, and Multiview, a leader in B2B digital marketing and publishing solutions, today announced a new partnership to revolutionize PR for trade and professional associations. As associations face an increasingly crowded media environment, PRophet's generative AI-powered feature 'Taylor,' provides them with advanced, data-driven technology that will make their communications more resonant, engaging, and effective.
Built by the pioneer of AI-based technology for the PR industry, 'Taylor' is the first AI writing tool designed to help modern communications professionals create and test the mediability of content. The platform has the richest feature set in the market, enabling associations to anticipate press sentiment, measure campaign impact and enhance PR strategies intended to reach members, prospective members, and other critical stakeholders.
"We're excited to partner with Multiview to bring PRophet and 'Taylor' to the association community," says PRophet founder and CEO, Aaron Kwittken. "Our collaboration represents our shared vision of empowering associations with the cutting-edge AI tools they need to succeed. 'Taylor' creates content that leads to media placements, allowing associations to navigate the highly competitive and complex media landscape with more confidence and precision."
Multiview's CEO, Andy Keith, expressed equal enthusiasm about the partnership. "This joint venture is a testament to Multiview's commitment to innovation. PRophet and 'Taylor' in particular is a game changer that will not only reshape the way associations interact with their audiences but transform their communication strategies."
Together, PRophet and Multiview are ushering in a new era of AI-powered PR solutions, where associations can leverage emerging technology to streamline their operations, make informed decisions, and deliver compelling narratives that resonate with their key audiences. With "Taylor," the future of PR for associations looks brighter than ever.