Use of voice services have grown exponentially in the past year and, if this year's consumer electronics show was anything to go by, then that trend is only going to keep going. Predictions are immense for the years ahead, but even now 78 million smart speakers were sold in 2018, up from 34.7 million in 2017 (Canalys
). All current evidence suggests that adoption is only going to continue to speed up.
Whether it's understanding what you say, different languages or a computer responding to you, voice tech is looking to be a shaping force in customer service going forward. Additionally, IoT devices can transform how everything works in a smart office environment, meaning voice can bring significant change within the enterprise too. Today you can utilise APIs, code samples and tools to build experiences on existing voice technologies to leverage new and exciting possibilities going forward.
As a result, organisations need to be pushing forward with utilising this new technology as effectively as possible. Join us for this unique workshop to delve into voice technology and hear from peers about how they are using it in their business. Join in our roundtable discussions to understand the genuine opportunities with this technology, and what the key elements are to success.
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Rob Leyland | Innovation Manager | Cancer Research UK
Getting enabled: practical approaches to voice technology
- Learn how you can be utilising voice technology to bring your customer service offering to the next level
- Gain a clear understanding of what different voice technologies are available, and for what purposes
- Hear how you can bring voice technology into your internal business communications
- Network with peers from across industry to tackle your challenges in voice technology and more widely
Drawing on 2 years’ experience investigating uses of voice technology in the charity sector, Rob will share some tips on how to get started building out voice capability within an organisation. He’ll cover important considerations when designing and building with voice technology and what he’s learnt about its potential, as well as some of the barriers to success. Cancer Research UK have released a number of applications for voice devices, and won the runner up award in the ‘Best use of Emerging Technology’ category at the Real IT Awards 2018 for their use of voice technology.
Nelson Pereira | Head of Customer Engineering | Google Cloud
The emergence of rich customer insights from raw data to Intelligent Customer Assistant
The era of Intelligent Digital Assistants(IDA) is shaping new consumer behaviours allowing them to get things done quicker and more efficiently. IDAs are today part of the daily routine of consumers and the expectation set by them is now reflected in the interaction that consumers expect to have with companies.
As organisations need to rethink their business models and their interaction with consumers, data is at the core of these interactions.
In this talk Nelson will explore how organisations are already taking advantage of their data and creating new rich customer experiences.
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