[TechSparks 2020] Yellow Messenger founder on how conversational AI can help customers manage data better
In 2016, there were more than 100 conversational AI companies in India. But today, only a handful of companies are there. Everyone believes that automating a
Retailers are currently using chatbots to engage with customers, like giving details ofproducts they click online, answering basic questions and also following up on thecustomers’ WhatsApp whether they are making up their minds to purchase, or sendinglinks to similar products they might like.
Tech innovators and industry leaders need to actively spearhead efforts that advocate the democratization of Artificial Intelligence, by improving access and encouraging adoption.
In the wake of the pandemic, the ‘Get AI Ready’ campaign is powering enterprises of every scale with Virtual Assistants on WhatsApp Business accounts for
October 29, 2020 12:45 AM: Yellow Messenger gathers a billion data points every quarter and uses this to make its chatbots more accurate One of
Edtech firms upGrad and Unacademy, fintech firm Cred, and home services provider Urban Company, along with six other startups, have been featured in professional networking
Unicommerce Partners With Yellow Messenger To Streamline Direct-to-Consumer Selling Operations for Brand
Indian SaaS based e-commerce platform Unicommerce on Thursday announced its strategic partnership with Yellow Messenger, a cognitive engagement cloud platform, to help fast-moving consumer goods
Raghu Ravinutala and Jaya Kishore Reddy Gollareddy were both keen to develop an application that would connect enterprises and customers on new-age platforms like messaging.
While we limit face-to-face encounters with other people, tech that incorporates human speech preserves the human touch.
Leveraging WhatsApp Yellow Messenger, another conversational AI start-up, in partnership with Facebook Messenger, also provided chatbots to the National Health Authority of India (NHA) and
As consumer behaviour and requirements change in the Covid-19 world, VCs are bullish about startups that will thrive after the pandemic