Enterprises across industries are utilizing virtual agents for more and more work processes. Virtual agents and conversational AI automate the process of quickly and accurately capturing user issues and providing relevant information to solve issues. The value is increasingly becoming apparent to enterprises from a productivity standpoint, not necessarily to replace knowledge workers.
Serviceaide’s vision is to transform Service Management, across ITSM, ESM or Customer Service. We help you transform your service through digital labor conversations, automation and knowledge.
Organizations including government agencies, banks, retailers, manufacturers, distribution companies, service providers and more are searching for new digital strategies to improve customer interactions, revenue and competitiveness.
Many areas of IT are fungible. You can replace an existing asset with something else that will do the job more cost-efficiently or better. Cloud infrastructure and applications can replace existing spend on on-premise servers and applications. The more fungibility you have in your IT budget, the better.
There has been a lot of hype about the emergence of virtual agents revolutionising the customer service experience. Enterprise Times spoke to Serviceaide’s CEO, Wai Wong and Nancy Bhagat, Business and Marketing executive at Serviceaide about adding intelligence to virtual agents.
Using AI-powered virtual agents as a front end to municipal service help desks could be one major opportunity to improve call center responsiveness, control cost and leverage technology ROI.
The CSN Digital project optimized internal communication and eased the cost with traditional databases. This includes rolling out Luma – the Serviceaide Virtual agent.
IDC predicts that spending on AI systems and solutions will experience a booming cumulative annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.1% over a four-year period from 2019-2024.
Enterprise service and support is one critical area of business that can gain huge advantages by closing the knowledge gap. AI-powered virtual agents with a knowledge hub can be a powerful bridge in closing this knowledge gap.
The value of an intelligent virtual agent with automation and knowledge is very tangible. As companies improve request responses, both providing the right information as well as speeding up the process, they also optimize through directed assisted learning.
When it comes to growth, acquisitions are often a valuable strategic weapon that can accelerate time to market and efficiently capture new customers, talent, resources and product lines.
Data is only as valuable as your customer service agents' ability to access and use it. If a human agent cannot find the correct information or does not fully understand the insights it provides, the customer's experience is going to suffer.
Advanced chatbots can reduce the vulnerability of systems by funneling communications through highly secure protocols and by providing appropriate access to virtual agent knowledge and skills.
The Luma VA 2.X series architecture will enable the integration of automation and knowledge management capabilities to be launched later this year. This includes advanced analytics and reporting.
Serviceaide, Inc., a global provider of intelligent, enterprise service management solutions, announced the launch of the Luma Virtual Agent 2.X Series, with a new architecture designed to provide superior digital support and service.
Executives are always conscious of cost-cutting and increasing efficiencies — especially with disruptions due to COVID-19. AI-powered solutions can address cost savings and business continuity.
Chatbots are being deployed by organizations for a variety of purposes. Some chatbots are relatively simple and limited to answering questions with pre-loaded answers, while others are intelligent and possess the ability to learn.
Artificial intelligence is widely recognized today as a technology domain with broad and profound implications for almost every facet of business and human endeavor. With hundreds of potential use cases in the enterprise, many business and IT executives are asking themselves where to begin.
As government agencies around the world consider new technologies and invest in solutions to narrow the gap between public- and private-sector experiences, they should look to artificial intelligence.
An interview with Wai Wong, the CEO of Serviceaide, whose company is reinventing enterprise service management through the implementation of artificial intelligence and a virtual agent solution called “Luma”.
Enterprise service management (ESM) benefits a business by improving the delivery of the services that employees need to perform their roles effectively.
Luma Automation tool promises to take ‘AI powered virtual agent technology to a whole new level of automated response’.
For chatbots to remain in enterprise futures, developers and data scientists need to get flexible. From open source to intelligent sharing, chatbot collaboration will boost benefits.
All AI-enabled ITSM tools aim to streamline and automate IT operations, but buyers must make the right selection to get the most out of these products.
Virtual agents are enabling organizations to provide better customer service experiences. Better service means improved productivity. Find out what to consider when selecting a Virtual Agent.
Ingram Micro has signed an expanded cloud distribution agreement with Serviceaide, targeting the channel across the wider Asian market. Learn more in this article:
Serviceaide has a new distribution agreement with Ingram Micro to offer Luma, its AI-powered virtual agent, to resellers through the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.
Luma Upgrade Delivers New Automation and Skills-Building Capabilities that Make 24×7 Services More Cost-Effective and Intuitive for Support Teams and End Users.
Virtual agents enable companies of all sizes to offer round-the-clock customer service without adding headcount. Learn why in this article from CIO Review: