KloudGin delivers an AI-based intelligent field service, asset, and inventory management solution running on AWS. Through a single application, KloudGin connects your customers, crews, back office, partners, and equipment in real-time, from any device.
“Amazon Lex wires into KloudGin’s Cloud Platform, allowing us to address the single primary issue that plagues enterprise business customers: User Adoption. Amazon Lex is helping our customers interact with KloudGin using their natural voice, similar to asking questions or taking actions in real world conversations.”
Vikram Takru, Founder & CEO, KloudGin
RedAwning.com is a leading global vacation rental network. Using Amazon Connect with Amazon Lex, RedAwning deployed an innovative, voice-based intelligent assistant, Scarlett, to 'converse' and engage with RedAwning's guests and property managers to quickly direct and service their calls and inquiries.
“With our combined human resources and our new Intelligent Assistant, we continue to strive for fast, excellent customer service for vacation rental guests. With RedAwning growing by over 3 times, year over year, technology like this allows us to propel ourselves forward, and support our reservation and guest services teams, while maintaining the highest quality of service for our valued customers and property managers."
Tim Choate, CEO, RedAwning
Dynatrace works with the world’s largest banks, airlines, retailers, technology companies, and government organizations to redefine application performance monitoring so that businesses can ensure a consistent and excellent user experience.
“Amazon Lex allows us to develop very complex user interactions in a simple UI, to focus on the business logic instead of intent classification and data extraction. We migrated to Amazon Lex from our custom-built solution, which has now allowed us to develop new interactions more quickly than we could before. This enables us to be extremely agile, providing us a competitive advantage to quickly adjust to customer feedback.”
Michael Beemer, Lead Engineer, Dynatrace
Rubrik delivers a single, software-defined platform to manage all application data for automated backup, recovery, search, analytics, archival, compliance, and copy data management across the data center to cloud.
“Rubrik is built with an API-first architecture that allows Rubrik’s voice-activated user experience to easily integrate with Amazon Lex. With Rubrik Roxie, a conversational voice-based console, our customers will be able to interact with the Rubrik cluster instantly to gain real-time insight on their data across their entire infrastructure on data management, compliance, and capacity utilization on-demand, and find and recover data in seconds by simply speaking to the Rubrik cluster.”
Manjunath Chinni, Software Engineer, Rubrik
Astro creates modern email apps for Mac, iOS and Android, powered by artificial intelligence, built for people and teams. With Astrobot Voice, an in-app email voice assistant, you can now read, manage, and reply to emails without leaving Astro’s apps.
“Choosing Amazon Lex let us reuse and share of a lot of the same logic we already had for Alexa. While we could have reused some of the logic for the text-based version of Astrobot, ultimately we decided we’d save more time and provide a better experience using Amazon Lex. We estimate this saved us 2-4 weeks of a single developer’s time. As we further develop Astrobot Voice and our Alexa Skill, we’ll continue to save time due to this decision.”
Roland Schemers, Astro, CTO
Infor Coleman™ is an enterprise-grade, industry-specific AI platform for Infor CloudSuite™ applications. Coleman mines data and uses powerful machine learning to improve processes such as inventory management, transportation routing, and predictive maintenance; Coleman also provides AI-driven recommendations and advice to enable users to make smarter business decisions more quickly.
"Infor spent many years automating processes that followed clear rules, such as accounting and manufacturing processes. We are now leveraging machine learning and our access to large amounts of data to assist users with less structured processes such as complex decisions, conversations, and predictions."
Charles Phillips, CEO, Infor
BuildFax provides the most accurate residential and commercial property condition information through its unique national database of building permits and its proprietary machine-learning models.
"I developed BuildFax Counts, our Amazon Lex chatbot on Slack, to enable our Sales and Marketing teams to get immediate answers to their detailed questions on our database. It's amazing to have this wonderful database and to ask clear questions in English to a bot that can provide answers in seconds instead of waiting more than a week for sales support!"
Joe Emison, BuildFax Founder and CTO
Consumers and the auto industry have trusted Kelley Blue Book (KBB) for auto valuations and accurate information since 1926. Using Amazon Lex and Amazon Polly, the Kelley Blue Book Bot allows users to get real-time trade-in value for vehicles.
"We thought this was a very natural way that people use their voice already, and this was a great use case for us to think about how we’re going to evolve our products — which are very click and touch oriented — to using natural language in a way that feels natural to people and not forced.”
Andy Lapin, Chief Architect, Kelley Blue Book
“With the growing importance of cognitive technologies in every area of business, we were delighted to see Amazon Lex, with its Speech Recognition and Natural Language Understanding technologies, added to the broad portfolio of services AWS provides. Amazon Lex integrates easily into our existing applications, as well as our new cloud-native serverless architectures, enabling us to rapidly take advantage of these powerful technologies to improve and extend the capabilities we can offer our employees and customers.”
Gillian Armstrong, Technologist, Liberty Mutual
To inspire the next generation of explorers, NASA reaches out to students in schools, community organizations, and public events. A star robotic ambassador is “Rov-E,” a close replica of real NASA Mars rovers. Through Amazon Lex, NASA staff can now easily navigate Rov-E via voice commands -- an effective conversational interface when speaking with large crowds. Multi-turn dialog management capability enables Rov-E "to talk,” answering students’ questions about Mars in an engaging way. Integration with AWS services allows Rov-E to connect and scale with various data sources to retrieve NASA’s Mars exploration information.
“The AHA engages nearly 1 million participants, nationwide, through our premier Heart Walk events to further our mission of saving lives. The world is rapidly changing and we are constantly rethinking traditional approaches to reach people at the pace that they live their everyday lives. We used Amazon Lex’s AI technology to streamline the registration process so prospective Heart Walk participants can use their natural voice to easily register through heartwalk.org. We are committed to the role that technology plays in enabling consumers, patients, and physicians to achieve better health outcomes and to further the mission of the AHA.”
Roger Santone, Executive Vice President of Technology at the AHA
"We are excited about utilizing evolving speech recognition and natural language processing technology to enhance the lives of our customers. Amazon Lex represents a great opportunity for us to deliver a better experience to our patients. Everything we do at OhioHealth is ultimately about providing the right care to our patients at the right time and in the right place. Amazon Lex’s next generation technology and the innovative applications we are developing using it will help provide an improved customer experience. We are just scratching the surface of what is possible.”
Michael Krouse, Senior Vice President Operational Support and Chief Information officer, OhioHealth
“Adding Amazon Lex to our cloud-based platform will help our customers provide a more personalized experience, a critical feature in customer support.“Our 100,000 customers will be able to use natural language to handle administrative tasks, review metrics and provide support, ultimately simplifying ticket management. Using Amazon Lex for intent identification, our customers will quickly be able to answer their clients’ questions, resulting in the ability for agents to address the more complex inquiries in a timely manner. With Alexa's speech recognition and natural language technology, Amazon Lex maintains context in conversation, creating a more natural dialogue. We are excited to partner with Amazon Lex as we help organizations around the world deliver better, more personal support to their customers.”
Francesco Rovetta, Vice President Alliances, Freshdesk
“Developers and businesses use Twilio to build apps that can communicate with customers in virtually every corner of the world. Amazon Lex will provide developers with an easy-to-use modular architecture and comprehensive APIs to enable building and deploying conversational bots on mobile platforms. We look forward to seeing what our customers build using Twilio and Amazon Lex.”
Benjamin Stein, Director of Messaging Products, Twilio
“The expansion of AI-driven conversational services has enabled businesses to engage with their customers in ways that are more meaningful and more contextual than ever before. With Amazon Lex, we can empower Vonage customers to choose how and where they will engage with us – building intelligent interaction paths into existing voice and messaging channels. Vonage is also developing ways to integrate Amazon Lex with our API Platform, Nexmo, to provide enterprise developers with an easy way to build custom conversational apps driven by natural language understanding and speech recognition, and deliver them through any medium, reaching customers wherever they are – whether it’s phone, text, app, or mobile device.”
Alan Masarek, Chief Executive Officer, Vonage
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