Zammo.ai Launches No-Code, Cross-Platform Conversational AI Solution
Zammo.ai today launched a no-code, conversational artificial intelligence platform that allows businesses to engage with customers on voice assistants, interactive voice response (IVR)/telephony, and popular chatbot channels.
"Voice-enabled communication is better for everyone. Not only is it more efficient for the business, but it also makes information more accessible, creating a more inclusive society," said Alex Farr, CEO and founder of Zammo.ai, in a statement. "Until now, the problem has been how to get businesses there. Zammo makes conversational AI a reality for all organizations."
As a no-code SaaS platform, Zammo allows any business user to design and deploy conversational AI, across all channels, including IVR/telephony, voice assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, SMS/text, chatbots from web and mobile, Facebook Messenger, and more. Zammo also offers unified data analytics across all channels, leveraging insights from user engagement.
"Zammo is disruptive, but, at the same time, it is a very simple, no-code SaaS solution. What Zammo disrupts is the status quo, enabling businesses to leverage the power of conversational AI. Zammo can be leveraged by non-technical people across the organization, from contact centers to sales and marketing. With powerful data analytics, teams can measure and improve user interactions across all channels. This is what the market has been waiting for," said Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst of ZK Research, in a statement.
"Zammo's no-code development platform has enabled us to deploy voice-first conversational AI across voice and chat channels in a matter of days. That is true digital transformation. The benefits were immediate, but the performance of the solution is in a state of continuous improvement thanks to the integrated and deep user analytics," said Chad Green, Bauen Studios' CEO, in a statement. "Zammo.ai handles approximately 70 percent of our general business inquiries through the voice assistants and website chatbot, resulting in an annual cost savings of more than $20,000."