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Building Digital Assistants and Bots: A Vendor Guide and Market Analysis
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Building Digital Assistants and Bots: A Vendor Guide and Market Analysis

400-page report covers 274 vendors and 129 case studies.

AI World and AI Trends, have teamed up with TMA Associates to publish “Building Digital Assistants and Bots: A Vendor Guide and Market Analysis”, a definitive reference to companies supporting building digital assistants. 

·         274 in-depth vendor descriptions, including companies providing both digital assistant solutions & services.

·         400 pages of valuable insights

·         Summary tables and categories for fast navigation

·         129 examples of deployed applications

·         Connecting to general personal assistants

·         Digital assistants for web, mobile, messaging, and more

·         Branded Digital Assistants

·         Deciphering the jargon

·         Digital Assistant development strategies

 

There is help navigating this complexity. AI World and AI Trends, have teamed up with TMA Associates to publish “Building Digital Assistants and Bots: A Vendor Guide and Market Analysis”, a definitive reference to companies supporting the development of digital assistants. The guide can save you months of research, and help make choices that best support your goals. It is intended as a reference, with summary tables and lists that help you quickly find the resources that best meet your needs, along with discussions of the focus and strengths of 274 companies and their products.

 

The report includes a comprehensive Digital Assistant market introduction, defining terms and deciphering the jargon of natural language interpretation technology, and focuses on what you need to understand in order to make your solution fully serve your customers or employees. It describes the various options in approaching in the development of a digital assistant, and how those options relate to your choice of vendors. It addresses the differences in channels, from chatbots to Alexa skills to conversational customer service calls and more. It also includes a section describing 129 deployed digital assistants, illustrating current uses of the technology.