Artificial Solutions Shortlisted For Best Chatbot Experience in the AIconics
Artificial Solutions, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, announced today that is has been shortlisted for Best Chatbot Experience in the AIconics, the world’s only independently judged awards celebrating the drive, innovation and hard work in the international AI Community.
The Best Chatbot Experience award recognizes those at the forefront of this development who have created a chatbot that provides that superior experience the enterprise is calling for. Through its platform, Teneo, Artificial Solutions offers the world’s most humanlike, intelligent and capable digital employee.
Available on any platform, in any language, anywhere, Artificial Solutions’ digital employees think and interact just like a human. Capable of answering questions, resolving issues, and helping to find information, they can also process transactions, cross-sell complementary products and services. No more wading through endless menu systems. Customers and employees can simply ask for what they want and get the right response, every time.
“Teneo Digital Employees enable enterprises to be more productive, deliver actionable business insight and significantly reduce costs,” says Andy Peart CMSO of Artificial Solutions. “The chatbot experience dramatically improves customer engagement and we’re delighted that our technology has been recognized by the AIconics once again.”
Now in their third edition, The AIconics is judged by a panel of world-class AI experts, including senior leaders from VCs, academia and enterprise end-users. The awards provide innovators within the AI industry to showcase themselves to their peers as well as millions of enterprise end-users.
The winners will be announced later this month.
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