Mikael is the CEO and Founder of Easilydo Inc.
Prior to this he was at US Venture Partners where he and Hetal Pandya created Easilydo to make life simpler. They knew that most of the tasks given to an assistant or written in a to-do list were already on our phones or buried somewhere in an app. So they re-imagined a simpler and more useful virtual assistant without speech – a proactive assistant.
In 1999, Mikael founded BeVocal (now Nuance On Demand) the largest speech automation network in the world handling 7.5B interactions a month for consumers. He sold BeVocal to Nuance Communications in 2007. He then ran Nuance's Enterprise Division, leaving in 2010 to create Easilydo.
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