What is Scoring Matrix
When in the Classic Smart Scheduling platform (Buyers and Suppliers) or in the Any2any Smart Scheduling Platform users set preferences against each other, Grip generates a set of scores.
Scoring Matrix Generation and Analysis
The outcome, excluding shared table and workshop related scores that can come out of the scoring matrix are as follows:
- No Thanks: If one of the parties say "No thanks", zero meeting would be generated.
- No Action: If users activate their account but do not swipe any "Must meet, Meet, No thanks": The score range would be between 5-25
- No Action: AI bases score on a mixture of metadata, past event answers (past event answers only used in this case never in other cases) and the swipes of similar users. If there is no swipe in the current event, we look back at the old event to create the scores.
- In Classic Smart Scheduling it is strongly advised that we select preferences in one type's favour either the buyer or supplier type. However Andromeda is built to have Must meet for the buyer and supplier; you are able to use it if you have to.