Owned by LogMeIn, this software has security features and a UI/UX that feels outdated and hinders the productivity of the end users.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.
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.
With Botsify, companies can easily develop chatbots without the need for excessive coding and decoding. Combining the support of both AI and human agents, it allows businesses’ to nimbly switch to the latter in case of emergencies. What is more, it can conduct conversations in multiple languages. Additionally, the platform promises a faster response rate, better customer retention, and more qualified leads. Although it charges $50 (onwards), it does provide a two-week trial period for businesses.
ActiveChat Pricing: Free plan provides single bot with up to 500 monthly active users, but lacks many features. Starter plan is $19 a month and gives you one bot with up to 1,000 monthly active users. Architect plan is $49 a month where you get access to all features. And the Agency bot is $249/mo, which gets you ten bots for 50K monthly active users and access to all features.