A chatbot platform is a computer-generated software that is programmed with artificial intelligence that enables it to conduct a conversation in the same way as a human would. They are designed to handle inquiries by responding in the same as a person would. The most effective and convincing systems are incorporated with complex natural language processors (NLP) which may even display a human face look-alike and be able to understand almost any form of input, then respond to it appropriately. Simpler versions involve the use of a database where the programmer adds a list of the most used keywords. These are then detected in the inquiries and matched with the most appropriate answer which is then displayed to the user. These platforms are mostly used by large organizations to automate the customer response process. They are preferable because of their ability to handle many inquiries at once and provide the most accurate responses.
3. Personalizing the customer experience: Chatbots excel at collecting customer data from support interactions. After all, it’s the computer that’s doing the work. The advantage is that live support agents can use this information to personalize their interactions with customers. Devine says chatbots serve as virtual assistants that can feed customer data to the agent in real time, so the agent can give the customer good information and solutions based on current needs as well as past interactions with the company.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is dramatically changing business, and chatbots, fueled by AI, are becoming a viable customer service channel. The best ones deliver a customer experience (CX) in which customers cannot tell if they are communicating with a human or a computer. AI has come a long way in recognizing the content – and context – of customers’ requests and questions.
Pros: It's system is more advanced comparing with Manychat or Chatfuel (both are like toys if you try Activechat). It has autorresponders of course, but also suitable for flexible AI conversations. Is like coding an advanced chatbot without needing to be a coder. The team is very responsive and their founder Andrii has a clear vision about this project.

Context and coherence: Some bots (or you ideal chatbot) can flow with long conversations and provide appropriate responses without losing the understanding of the subject being discussed. They may even help solve problems that are identified after lengthy discussions, or forward them to a human counterpart when they do not have enough knowledge to deal with them.
Chatfuel helps you make a Facebook chatbot without coding. You can use the editing tools to design chatbots. And you can set up conversational rules in the dashboard. The bot will use NLP to understand and recognize phrases, and will send users predefined answers. You can build a chatbot to serve as a customer service advisor, an event assistant, or a personal avatar. Chatfuel’s analytics technology provides insights about the performance of the bot.
Studies and reports show that customers want quick, frictionless solutions to their problems and answers to their questions. No doubt there are acceptance issues for AI and chatbots. Some customers have always used traditional phone support and have a hard time accepting anything else. But, there is a growing contingent of customers who are increasingly open to new technology, especially if it can enhance their CX. As the technology improves and acceptance grows, chatbots, powered by AI, will have a strong role in customer service and support.

Cons: Initial onboarding is wonky and can use UX upgrades. It was difficult understanding how to get started until I watched several videos. I also had issues using this platform on Firefox to connect Facebook messenger. Currently, the workaround is to use Chrome to connect messenger and then you can continue working on Firefox. I don't like having to use a different browser to obtain functionality. The team promised this was a bug that will be ivnestigated


Cons: Botengine has reduced the workload on the helpdesk department . However ,I fear we may come one day have an advanced Botengine ,years down the line ; which is able to respond to the current complex queries we respond to and thus when that day comes , why would my employer keep me at the job ,when a Bot can do a better job ,without ever getting tired?

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