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Deploy virtual voice agents for automated phone conversations
Conversational AI Analytics Suite for 360° Insights
Elevating customer service with AI-powered Agent Assist
Turnkey ecosystem integration with pre-built connectors
Fast and efficient call handling with automated ID&V and smart routing, all in natural language
Enabling frictionless, transactional customer service on any voice or text channel
Giving service agents superpowers through AI-infused agent augmentation
Enhance customer interactions with AI on the frontline
Connect customers to the right agent on the first try
Give your agents the confidence to solve complex requests
Boost your customers’ experience and agents’ efficiency
Improve customer satisfaction with detailed insights
Engage with your customers on the platform of their choice
Drive appropriate actions with intelligent processes
Integrate easily with existing enterprise infrastructure
Increase operational efficiency and reduce agent attrition
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Find out everything you need to know about establishing "Explainable AI" based on the AIC4 criteria catalogue.
The Cognigy CLI (Command Line Interface) [see Github for code] is a set of tools which Cognigy Developers can use to work with their Virtual Agents from the command line (on Linux, Windows and MacOS).
The newest version of the CLI adds the "translate" command, which allows developers to translate Flows with their Nodes and Intents from one language to another using Microsoft Translator, Google Translate or DeepL.
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