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Quickly add speech-based virtual assistant capabilities to your existing iOS and Android mobile apps while taking
Who is Lexee?
Likes: Stimulating mobile conversations. I am always willing to try something new. I know what I like, and I’m not afraid to tell you.
Favorite Quotation: “The Future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Eleanor Roosevelt.
Hometown: I was born in Angel Labs, Tysons Corner, VA.
Family: My parents are Lexicon and Mobile - they are both true inspirations in my life.
Relationship: I’m currently in beta, and will be available in October. If you complete the form to the right, I’ll let you know when I’m officially available.
Interests: I am happiest empowering other mobile apps, and I love to be asked questions too. Some of my interests include Media, Travel, Hospitality, Finance, Retail, and CRM.
One of my favorite CRMs is Salesforce.com. Check out Lexee for Salesforce to demo my capabilities!
Link Lexee to your individual Salesforce.com account.
Then, ask her questions regarding your Salesforce.com data (e.g., “Who are my top 5 sales reps? Or what deals do I have in best case?”).
She’ll answer verbal questions by pulling information and data directly from your account.
Consumers can now talk, touch, tap, swipe and text their way to interactions with businesses on mobile devices
Expanding its award winning intelligent virtual agents (IVAs) solutions currently deployed on the websites of leading companies such as Michelin, SFR, GameFly, and Symantec, VirtuOz, Inc., the leading provider of IVAs for online marketing, sales, and support, today announced the availability of VirtuOz’ IVAs for mobile phones and tablets.
The mobile revolution has changed customer expectations.
There is little doubt that the mobile revolution has changed consumer expectations. According to a recent study by Clickfox on mobile customer service, over 78% of consumers use mobile apps for customer service purposes such as billing, account status/updates and interactive chat. And the estimated 8 billion handheld devices in use over the next few years is nothing short of a clarion call for financial services, telecommunications, and other companies to stake their mobile CRM claim. That means that to stay on top, enterprises need to provide personalisation, accessibility, and superior service both on and offline to create a meaningful and cohesive customer experience.
Creative Virtual and Forrester Research host successful webinar on Virtual Agent innovations.
On 4th April 2012, Creative Virtual hosted an enlightening webinar with Forrester Research, How Virtual Agent Innovations Can Benefit Your Mobile, Web, Call Centre and Social Channels. The event was a huge success with a turnout of over 100 attendees from around the world. The event was hosted by Forrester Research analyst Diane Clarkson and Richard Simons, CEO of Creative Virtual USA.
CodeBaby announces first-ever mobile 3D interactive digital characters for HTML5
CodeBaby, a leading provider of Online Customer Experience solutions has announced its 3D virtual assistant technology is now available for the rapidly growing mobile device arena. CodeBaby solutions drive increased website conversions while enhancing the online user experience in the consumer driven marketplace.
Virtual assistants used on mobile devices.
It’s just over two week since we finished at Mobile World Congress and I’ve had a bit of time to reflect on the conversations I had with people that dropped by for a chat at our two exhibition stands – one located in the main section of Hall 2, the other in App Planet. There was certainly a healthy level of interest in how virtual assistants can be used on mobile devices – maybe this shouldn’t be such a surprise following Apple’s launch of Siri but it was really encouraging that so many people are recognizing the opportunity of using NLI as the basis of a new and effective speech enabled interface for mobile devices.
How Virtual Agent Innovations Can Benefit Your Mobile, Web, Call Centre and Social Channels
Registration has now opened for Creative Virtual’s next webinar with Forrester Research.
Title: How Virtual Agent Innovations Can Benefit Your Mobile, Web, Call Centre and Social Channels
Date: Wednesday, 4th April 2012
Time: 16:00 UK time/ 11:00 EST
Speakers: Diane Clarkson, Forrester Research Analyst, & Richard Simons, CEO of Creative Virtual USA
Artificial Solutions Launches Teneo Toolkit, A Suite Of Tools Designed Specifically For The Developer Community
Artificial Solutions, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, today launched virtual assistants on any platform, in astonishing short timescales.
Creative Virtual has developed their mobile V-Person solution to meet the needs of clients and their customers.
Mobile devices are playing an increasing role in the lives of millions of people across the world, across all generations. As more and more online technologies deploy into the mobile realm, Virtual Agent technology is following this trend. Apple’s implementation of Siri, the voice-to-text virtual assistant feature they have added to the iPhone 4S, opened the world’s eyes to mobile virtual agent technology. Android also has added Vlingo, a similar feature that combines voice-to-text and voice recognition technology with its powerful “intent engine” to help users complete their desired action.
Andy Peart is underlying why "Rolling on winter brings more Nordic disruption" in technology
In a recent release Gartner predicted its top ten disruptive technologies for 2012. Amongst the expected and rather predictable media tablets, app stores and cloud computing, Gartner says that icons, menus and pointers will be replaced by mobile-centric interfaces such as gesture, voice and search. But voice isn’t everything. For it to be a successful method of interaction, voice needs an underlying intelligence.