May 15, 2018

Conversational Chatbots for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant


Conversational Chatbots

Today as part of our Spring 2018 Release, [24]7 AIVA, our flagship product now extends its conversational and transactional capabilities to support Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. [24]7 AIVA currently handles more than one million sessions per month for clients that include the world’s top financial services, insurance, hospitality, retail and telecom companies. This new capability is in line with our vision of enabling consumers to interact with bots in the channel of their choice, including Alexa and Google Assistant, and enabling agents to do that easily as well.

While customer interactions become increasingly automated, [24]7.ai ensures that a human agent can transition smoothly into the conversation as needed. With this release, we are making it easier for brands and consumers to interact in a voice activated future across time, across channels and devices as common interaction models and enterprise integration will allow enterprises to extend an ongoing conversation through a single thread that crosses all voice and digital channels. These channels could include a web browser, smart phone or virtual personal assistant.

In addition to support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, the Spring 2018 Release includes the following enhancements:

  • Next Generation of [24]7 Chat – The Spring 2018 Release introduces an intuitive agent console in [24]7 Chat that improves workflow automation, and powers continuous machine learning through collaborative tagging. Designed by agents for agents, the console offers enterprise CRM integration and in-time context, meaning that the appropriate customer context is presented to the agent at the right stage of the interaction. As a result, total customer interaction time is decreased, including average handle time as well as average wrap time.
  • Enhanced Content Manager – The Content Manager for [24]7 AIVA is a self-service publishing tool that allows easy creation, organizing and publishing of AIVA content and conversational dialogues for both digital and voice interactions. Because this can all be done within one easy-to-use interface, it reduces the effort needed to manage visual and voice content and delivers consistent experiences across channels.
  • [24]7 Personalization – A new feature of [24]7 Personalization enables use of a common data source for cross-channel creative updates. This optimizes creative updates across paid media channels including social, web and display and ensures that the same changes are made rapidly across multiple channels.

We are continuously looking for ways to empower companies to improve their customers’ experience and with these enhancements we are ensuring that our cli

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