AI-based digital assistant for business created in Russia

The product was created by Russian developers based on neural networks and artificial intelligence, and inside

dialogue solutions are based on a smart NLU engine(short for Neuro Language Understanding), due to which the chatbot understands natural language and easily communicates with the user. can work with all popular messengers - Telegram, Slack, Viber, FB Messenger and others, as well as be embedded in any accepted corporate communication channels, both text and voice.

The platform helps companies increase loyaltyusers to new technologies and quickly transform business processes at several levels at once. With the help of the dialogue service, trains employees on the functionality of IT systems, answers questions and, if necessary, provides technical support. Thanks to integration with ERP-systems (SAP, 1C, etc.), the service also allows you to automate the routine work of managing purchases, warehouse, and sales.

For example, at the request of the user, the virtualthe assistant can independently create standard applications and contracts, track the status of documents or arrange business trips. Due to this, saves up to 60% of the time of employees in the ERP system, giving them the opportunity to focus on completing business tasks. The platform provides company managers with additional functionality - the ability to collect analytics on business processes and make management decisions based on this data.

The new product allows companies to significantlysave on the support of the ERP system, the wage fund, as well as on staff training when introducing complex software and onboarding new employees. On average, by using the platform, a business can save up to 70% of operating costs in these areas.

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