Aragon Research Releases Its Second Aragon Research Globe For Conversational AI

Aragon Research Releases Its Second Aragon Research Globe™ For Conversational AI

Aragon Research identifies twenty major providers in its Aragon Research Globe for Conversational AI, 2022, published. The report states that Conversational AI adoption has continued to expand throughout 2022 as enterprises embrace solutions provided by technology providers trying to keep up with the demand for intelligence-powered conversational solutions across industry verticals.

Conversational AI solutions in the form of chatbots or virtual agents are enabling enterprises to shift simpler tasks and requests to digital labor, allowing their human workforce to focus on tasks that require human involvement.

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Conversational AI solutions are being successfully deployed for an increasing variety of use cases across various vertical markets to improve customer experience (CX) and employee experience (EX). Some examples of successful key employee- and customer-focused use cases are:

  • eCommerce
  • Marketing
  • Healthcare
  • Internal Support
  • Customer Support

The best, most effective chatbots are those that can focus on one thing and become a domain expert in that area. If you need chatbots to span multiple use cases you should create multiple chatbots, each with their own area of expertise.

“Modern AI chatbots have the ability to identify and keep track of multiple intents within a sentence and refer back to them throughout an entire disjointed, multi-threaded naturalistic conversation,” says Senior Director of Research, Craig Kennedy. “This capability has enabled these chatbots to provide a more human-like contextual understanding, which provides for real intelligent conversations between people and machines.”

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