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Grammarly Unveils Expanded Product Vision to Transform the AI-Connected Enterprise


Organizations constantly wrestle with an overwhelming amount of information and application overload as more than half of employees already spend more time searching for documents than responding to messages, according to an Elastic report. And it is not going to slow down anytime soon as global data is projected to more than double from 2022 to 2026, according to an IDC study.

Sure, generative AI technologies offer a solution to streamline content creation and sharing. However, existing point solutions contribute to the proliferation of content and introduce more context-switching, slowing teams down.

Drawing on their extensive 14 years of AI expertise, Grammarly is committed to helping companies overcome this complexity with enterprise-grade AI that facilitates the seamless flow of information across organizations and revolutionizes the way work is accomplished.

Grammarly, a provider of AI communication assistance to millions of individuals and teams worldwide, is introducing an ambitious product vision aimed at shaping the AI-connected enterprise of the future. The vision includes three key elements:

  • Equipping employees with knowledge based on their experiences and leveraging the institutional knowledge embedded within their organizations, making it easily accessible to them.
  • Recommending the most effective next steps for communication, whether it's responding, consulting with others, or referring to additional information.
  • Co-creating content that aligns with the brand voice and captures how employees want to sound, while addressing the needs of their audiences.

As an initial step toward realizing this vision, new and improved features are introduced to Grammarly Business.

Already taking into account certain context such as the writing location and intent of the user, GrammarlyGO for Grammarly Business now incorporates organizational context as well. This includes company terms and knowledge, generating highly contextual content, brand tone preferences for consistent brand experiences and relevant prompts based on specific team use cases to enhance productivity.

Knowledge Share, a feature that delivers definitions of company terms and provides links to relevant documents and key contacts directly within an employee's workflow, eliminates the need for individuals to break focus and search for information, enabling them to quickly get up to speed. Grammarly plans to expand the knowledge share ecosystem with a range of connectors and app integrations, facilitating smooth navigation through complex workflows.

“Communication is the conduit for moving information across organizations, and Grammarly acts as the connector,” said Rahul Roy-Chowdhury, Grammarly CEO. "Now, we'll use AI to empower teams with the knowledge they need, wherever they already are. The result? More effective teams driving higher-value work that matters to your business.”

With a host of new AI features being introduced to Grammarly Business, companies will benefit from comprehensive AI communication support that enhances access to information, elevates team skills and productivity and enables faster, more relevant and better-understood content creation.

The initial release of these new features will be available in beta for Grammarly Business customers starting in June, with ongoing updates and additional capabilities to be added over time.

Edited by Alex Passett
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