We invite you to listen to our interview with Carnegie Mellon University Arts Management and Technology Laboratory (AMT Lab)’s Stewart Urist.

An important group at the University, AMT Lab serves as an exchange, a catalyst for innovative ideas, and a conduit for knowledge circulating at the intersection of arts, management and technology.

Recently, they sat down with Savvior CEO Keith Giuliani and VP Christopher R. Evans to discuss some of the challenges Savvior sees organizations facing, trends we see in the field, and upcoming custom applications we’re working on.

Among other topics, we discuss why personalized, customized experiences are essential to reaching modern audiences, and the importance of simplicity in introducing technology choices to any organization.