If you’ve ever used Alexa or Siri, you know how handy that technology can be.
Imagine putting it to use within your department.
Enter the chatbot. It can be used as your personal assistant, handling mundane and routine tasks—and freeing you up to focus on the more creative aspects of your job.
“A chatbot is similar to Amazon’s Alexa or Apple’s Siri, but programmed with company information,” says Karl Redenbach, CEO of LIveTiles. “Chatbots are real time savers for corporate communicators, because they can schedule things like a real person.”
Those routine tasks can include answering emails, sending updates or analyzing thousands of Glassdoor reviews. Internal uses for AI are detailed in a free download, “How chatbots and AI can transform your internal comms.”
Creating a chatbot doesn’t require a lot of time or money. If you can use PowerPoint, you can program a chatbot in a day, because it’s code-free.
In this guide, you’ll learn:
- How one organization is using a chatbot on its intranet
- Best uses for a chatbot and how to develop one
- Which common email questions it can answer on your behalf
- How it can manage and/or automate time-consuming tasks
- How to make it your personal digital assistant
Download your copy of “How chatbots and AI can transform your internal comms” now.