MobileMonkey is an all-in-one chatbot platform using AI technology. The platform supports web chat, live chat, SMS and Facebook Messenger bots, and omnichannel marketing. Although it’s not built specifically for the real estate space, MobileMonkey has many realtors that love the platform, as well as all the features the other chatbot platforms on this list have, and more.
Watson Assistant Pricing: IBM Watson Assistant’s Free plan allows 10,000 API calls per month, 5 chatbots, 100 intents and 25 entities. The Standard plan has unlimited API calls at a cost of $0.0025 per call. You can have up to 20 chatbots, 2,000 intents and 1,000 entities. IBM also offers a multiple higher-level plans, which you’ll need to contact IBM for a quote.
Fortunately, the next advancement in chatbot technology that can solve this problem is gaining steam -- AI-powered chatbots. By leveraging machine learning and natural language processing, AI-powered chatbots can understand the intent behind your customers’ requests, account for each customer’s entire conversation history when it interacts with them, and respond to their questions in a natural, human way.
This allows businesses to build advanced conversational interfaces into any device, website, apps or cloud. Developed by IBM, it does not require users to have any prior coding experience. Watson Assistant is pre-trained with content from specific industries and allows businesses to build and deploy conversational interactions. Although the Lite versions with limited features come for free, packages start from $120 for 1,000 users per month along with a free 30-day trial.
Developed by one of the leaders in the AI space, IBM, Watson Assistant is one of the most advanced AI-powered chatbots on the market. Pre-trained with content from your specific industry, Watson Assistant can understand your historical chat or call logs, search for an answer in your knowledge base, ask customers for more clarity, direct them to human representatives, and even give you training recommendations to hone its conversational abilities.
Owned by LogMeIn, this software has security features and a UI/UX that feels outdated and hinders the productivity of the end users. Parts of the platform feel like a legacy system, and although you have everything you need and more with Bold360, it’s just not as smooth or visually appealing as many of the new customer service chatbots on the market.