Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Nov 22, 2017
Using IBM Watson’s cognitive capabilities, companies can quickly differentiate their customer service quality by being more pro active and responsive to customer needs. Simply put, chatbots and virtual agents are the future of customer interactions. Building apps from scratch that incorporate natural language processing, speech to text recognition, visual recognition, analytics, and artificial intelligence requires broad expertise in these disciplines, large staffs, and a huge financial commitment. Making use of IBM Watson cognitive services brings these capabilities in-house quickly and without the capital investment that would be needed to develop the technologies within an organization.
Customers have caught on that support interactions are getting better. When they reach out, they’ve come to expect an instant response that says “we’re here for you”. When they want information, it’s expected to be accurate, up-to-date, and easily accessible. Essentially, they come to expect efficiency during support interactions.
As a result, businesses are becoming more cognizant of their self- service offerings. Customers want to be left feeling empowered; it’s even better when they can do so on their own. Self-service saves time for agents, cuts down on organizational costs, and leaves the customer with a positive outlook of a brand.
This eBook delves into how AI can enhance your customer self-service offerings with automatically-generated knowledge bases, content cues for your service agents, and chatbots.
If you’re looking to improve sales performance, optimize ecommerce, implement marketing automation, expand social media, deliver better customer service, or utilize accurate Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ) – it’s all Oracle.
And, the icing on the cake? All of these solutions are integrated, but modular. We offer a breadth of solutions that you can not only buy individually, but can also easily integrate with existing or additional solutions as your business needs grow.
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Published By: Spredfast
Published Date: Aug 27, 2018
Can chatbots provide a great customer experience? Watch how top brands automate social customer service practices. You'll learn how to enhance agent workflows and use AI to better connect with the people you care about most.
Published By: LogMeIn
Published Date: Feb 27, 2018
When Facebook released their bot feature, M, the virtual assistant living inside their Messenger platform, it was billed as the next generation of how people connect and interact with the internet. Since then, over 18,000 companies have created their own branded chatbots with the help of Facebook’s platform.
Never ones to miss out on a trend, Microsoft, Google and Apple have all been hard at work developing their own integrated chatbot features. Brands of all shapes and sizes, from American Express to 1800-Flowers to Domino’s Pizza, all have their own chatbots, proving the versatility of the concept. As Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said at the 2016 Build conference, “As an industry, we are on the cusp of a new frontier that pairs the power of natural human language with advanced machine intelligence.”
As Singapore’s largest insurance force, Prudential Singapore needed a scalable and cost-effective solution to help financial consultants respond quicker to in-depth product and policy questions.
Partnering with IBM, they developed askPRU, an industry-first chatbot with IBM Cloud and Watson capabilities. Handling over 1,000 commonly asked questions in real-time, askPRU reduced call volume by 32% within six months and enhanced the responsiveness of over 4,600 consultants. Enabling consultants to focus on more complex queries, askPRU also provides accurate expertise to help deliver consistently exceptional service.
Learn how Watson technology became central to the Prudential Singapore business and enhanced their customer experience.
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Zoom out to the bigger picture, though, and you see that Facebook is just one channel. If you use Skype, Slack, Kik, and digital voice assistants, you’ll have to build six or eight of these endpoints straight away. And chatbots are being asked to handle ever more complex responses, so you better build on a platform of machine learning and natural language processing to keep up.
That’s why the question enterprise developers should be asking is not “Which chatbot service do I start with?” but “Which platform will let me crank out a chatbot today and also support multiple channels and integrate with back-end systems as these chatbots take off?”
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is evolving at a rising pace, now able to mine vast amounts of data and learn from experience, with the potential to reshape entire industries. One application of this technology is to streamline how businesses interact with their customers, through 'chatbots'.To look at how chatbots will change certain aspects of doing business, such as customer service, Ceylon FT also weighed in with Oracle's Vice President of Product Management, Suhas Uliyar, for his insight on the matter.
A nuvem se tornou o catalisador para uma série de tecnologias novas e disruptivas para seus negócios, desde chatbots e inteligência artificial (IA) até aprendizado de máquina aplicado e blockchain. Como um provedor de nuvem completo que atende clientes que são essencialmente líderes do setor, a Oracle tem profundo conhecimento das oportunidades tecnológicas do future— e a probabilidade da sua adoção. Somos inspirados por nossos clientes líderes do setor e as tendências que os afetam. É nesses pioneiros na adoção da tecnologia que nos concentramos para fazer nossas previsões para a nuvem em 2018. O que você poderia alcançar se agisse agora?
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nuevas tecnologías disruptivas en el sector comercial, desde chatbots e inteligencia artificial (IA) hasta aprendizaje automático aplicado y blockchain. Oracle como proveedor integral de la nube y con clientes que son líderes de cada una de sus industrias, tiene una visión creíble de las oportunidades que ofrece la tecnología para el fututo, y sus posibilidades de implementación. Nos inspiramos en nuestros clientes líderes en la industria y en las tendencias que los afectan. Con la experiencia de los usuarios pioneros de Nube, analizamos las tendencias para 2018. ¿Qué podrías alcanzar ahora?
Your customers aren't the only ones who can benefit from advancing artificial intelligence (AI) support — your employees can, too. Chatbots help employees who service customers, and you can build them with mature AI components. But success requires a focus on tasks rather than job replacement as well as a cyborg-like division between human and machine tasks. This report helps infrastructure and operations (I&O) pros determine which tasks are best executed by people and which are best left to machines, with use cases describing how that looks.