There is a wide range of AI chatbot platforms available to help brands develop suitable chatbots to help them attract and retain customers. These AI chatbot platforms typically contain tools to help you develop and customize chatbots for your customer base. Each of the chatbot platforms takes its own approach to help you build the most suitable AI chatbox for your needs. Many of the platforms enable you to create a basic chatbot for free and add improved tools for an additional cost.
What differentiates Artificial Intelligence chatbots from regular chatbots is that it is possible for chatbots to “learn” things about users by tracking patterns in data. Without training, these chatbots can then apply the pattern to similar problems or slightly different questions. This ability gives them the “intelligence” to perform tasks, solve problems, and manage information without human intervention.
Executive Assistants touch on all key aspects of a company’s operations, including scheduling, onboarding new employees, managing office perks, implementing processes that affect all employees, designing office layouts, and so much more. In the course of all this work, EAs end up working with and becoming friends with almost everyone at the company.
Just like you’re an expert in your field, a personal assistant is an expert in theirs. This means that when you eventually make the great decision to hire one, you could be relieved of the most time-consuming, draining or repetitive tasks immediately. On the first day. This provides an immediate relief which is often missing with the hire of a new employee in say, sales or marketing.
If your personal assistant gets injured on the job—whether he or she slips and falls in your home or is involved in a car accident while running errands on your behalf—workers’ comp pays for 100 percent of your employee’s medical care plus a percentage of their lost wages while they recuperate. Without insurance, medical bills can creep into the tens or even hundreds of thousands.
But even though most chatbots can handle moderately sophisticated conversations, like welcome conversations and product discovery interactions, the if/then logic that powers their conversational capabilities can be limiting. For instance, if a customer asks a unique yet pressing question that you didn’t account for when designing your chatbot’s logic, there’s no way it can answer their question, which hangs your customer out to dry and ultimately leaves them dissatisfied with your customer service.
With their ability to guide customers through the marketing funnel, keep people engaged after sales all the while adding personality to a company's brand, AI chatbots are adding new value to brands’ content marketing. These chatbots create more personalized experiences for customers by tailoring companies' responses and content to the customers' queries and interests, which aids reputation management. They are also cheap and can work around the clock without requiring human intervention.
Problems tend to make some people freak out and shrink up and then energize others and inspire them to spring to action. Executive Assistants that fit the second profile will thrive when it comes to the problem-solving aspect of EA roles. Problem-solving also appeals to people who love a good mystery or puzzle—people who will stop at nothing until they figure out the answer to their problem.
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.
Executive Assistants find out what’s going on before almost anyone else. They sit it on key meetings, offer input on critical decisions, and liaise with multiple teams and even partner companies. Executive Assistants are probably among the first to find out when a CEO decides to leave the company. (After all, they’ll probably be critical to making plans for figuring out what to do when the big boss actually leaves.) EAs will probably also hear first if say—leadership decides it’s time to pick a new office space; they’ll be front and center in that process as well.
Aivo was started in Argentina in 2012 when its founders were looking for a way to reinvent the communication between companies and their customers. Today, with offices in nine countries, it is one of the world's largest and most successful AI chatbot platforms and handled over 120 million conversations in English, Spanish and Portuguese the world over in 2018. Their clients include Visa, Uber, LG and General Motors.
Executive Assistants can expand their roles as they develop new skills. So EAs can stay in the same role for a decade, but essentially do a different job every single year. Since EAs pitch in to help in any way possible, they are constantly exposed to opportunities to develop new competencies. This means they can expand the tasks they help with to incorporate their new skills and interests. And since an EAs work is really never done, the possibilities are virtually endless.
Rulai also integrates with most messaging channels, customer service software, enterprise business software, and cloud storage platforms. You can either build a Ruali chatbot from scratch with its drag-and-drop design console and let its AI adapt to your customers or you can implement a pre-trained chatbot that has been fed data from your specific industry.
A virtual, or remote, personal assistant manages your life from afar. Like a really great fairy godmother that you never have to make a cup of tea for. Which has huge benefit if you’re a one-man or woman band, if you don’t have a physical office to put them in, or if you don’t want to be responsible for holiday, sickness and other HR headaches. Managing your PA virtually is about as simple as setting a task list and watching it get ticked off. Without you having to do a thing.