As Chatbots gain more traction in the enterprise, a lot of our customers are wondering on how to get started with the implementation cycle. Based on our experience with rolling out multiple chatbots across industries we have divided Enterprise Chatbots in three broad categories. Salient features of each category have been listed. In our experience, this is one of the best strategies to implement Chatbot, and transition through the phase where Chatbot starts handling your communication and business processes gradually. Most customer journeys for Enterprise Chatbot rollout will be from left to right.
Creating a Chatbot Strategy for Enterprise: Chatbot Journey: Stage I II & III
|Examples (In Financial Services)
Basic Chatbots are mostly informational with static or at the most CMS based content
|Examples (In Financial Services such as Banking)
Transactional Bot can complete all transactions listed above as they can interact with system of records and business processes including workflow triggers
|Examples (In Financial Services)
Advance Bots will answer questions above by applying AI algorithms on a combination of transactional data and warehouse data
Chatbot: A journey… not a destination
Change should be gradual and planned, not sporadic or sudden. Customers who want to implement chatbots, should also tread gradually, in a piecemeal fashion. It is the best to start by introducing a Chatbot that answers basic FAQs. Ensure that you have the necessary infrastructure and set-up in place including analytics that will allow you to incrementally measure and drive adoption. Once you get accustomed to a basic chatbot – it is time to evolve. Move right, towards transactional chatbots that use database or records to trigger work flows and then transition to advanced bots based on AI algorithms applied on a combination of transactional and warehouse data.
Irrespective of which phase you might be in, we at Streebo believe that Chatbot will become a powerful channel for your customers, vendors and employees to interact with your organization. Retailers like Rare Carat® introduced a Chatbot to handle queries around cut, color and clarity of diamonds, and amassed 1,234,770 strong user base and 2,296,117 searches on its platform in just 338 days, while travel Chatbot Mezi® acquired by American Express, handles nearly 60% of booking requests. Adarsh credit also transformed their customer service by building a Chatbot on Facebook Messenger. These success stories are proof, that early adopters are getting good traction with the technology and have an early mover advantage over competition.
About Streebo and its Chatbot Builder
Streebo, headquartered in Houston, Texas is a Digital Transformation player with a portfolio of Digital software tools such as Mobile Forms, Digital Experience Accelerator and Chatbot Builder. These tools allow enterprises to rapidly assemble web, mobile and chatbot solutions across a plethora of industries including Banking, Insurance, Retail & Government among others – Streebo works closely with a range of Enterprise Software providers such as IBM, Samsung and Redhat and leverages various platforms from these companies to build secure and scalable solutions that are currently live and deployed at some of the largest companies around the world.
Streebo’s Chatbot builder is a low-code no-code browser-based tooling that allows both line of business and IT with minimal or no AI skills to rapidly assemble chatbot solutions wired with backend system of records such as Content Management systems, ERPs, Relational Databases and such with a point and click interface. Streebo’s Chatbot solution is powered by industry leading IBM Digital Experience platform and supports a variety of NLP engines including IBM Watson Assistant. Solutions assembled with the Chatbot builder can be deployed both on premise or on cloud (IBM Softlayer, Amazon EC or Microsoft Azure)
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