The Conversable platform helps companies deliver on-demand content, customer self-service, and conversational commerce via major messaging and voice applications, including Facebook, Twitter, SMS, Amazon Echo, Slack, and more. The Conversable SaaS platform is the first social enterprise software for creating smart, automated customer engagement conversational flows through messaging channels. The platform’s easy to use interface allows for full conversation design and the deployment of always-on, automated intelligent messaging.
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Austin, US
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Conversable was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Austin, US

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Conversable has an office in Austin
Austin, US (HQ)
318 815 Brazos St

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Conversable launches service to help businesses build more intelligent bots

Conversable is rolling out a new system today for its bot creation platform that allows clients to visually edit their own machine learning in order to better answer their customers’ questions. Since its launch last June, Conversable has worked with customers like Budweiser and made bots for TGI Fri…

5 bots to try this week: Christian Grey, Chatfuel, Video Poker, Bus Uncle, and Conversable

You don’t need to ride a bus in Singapore to enjoy the Bus Uncle bot.  According to Botlist, “People call him crazy, rude, and obnoxious,” but he has “slapped smiles on the faces of tens of thousands of commuters.” Bus Uncle seems to serve up a Singaporean version of Dad jokes. You: Tell me a joke B…

Mindtree and Conversable make bots the first contact in customer service

Technology services company Mindtree and corporate bot maker Conversable formally announced a partnership Wednesday to make bots that automate customer service. The partnership means that Mindtree clients may soon begin to use Conversable-made bots. It also means that — similar to call waiting on 1-…

Conversable and Olo partner to re-invent the working lunch on Messenger, Twitter, and Kik

Conversable and Olo have partnered to help restaurants offer food-ordering bots to office workers — and those of us who often say, “Let’s order in” — using chat and messaging applications. The offering aims to help brands reach people at work via popular communications platforms like Facebook Messen…

Conversable’s big week at the intersection of bots, business, and government

A lot of news and announcements (cough: MobileBeat!) were made in the chatbot world last week, but if you hadn’t heard, one-month-old Austin-based startup Conversable had a pretty good week. Hear about Pizza Hut‘s and Whole Foods‘ new bots, announced Tuesday at MobileBeat 2016 in San Francisco? That…

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