A revolutionary new way to engage with your customers, employees & prospects.

What Is A Chatbot?

A chatbot is a service, powered by rules and-or artificial intelligence, that you interact with via a chat interface.

The service could be any number of things, ranging from functional to fun, and it could live in any major chat product (Facebook Messenger, Slack, Telegram, Text Messages, etc.).

Benefits Using a Chatbot for Your Business

Use Cases


What is a chatbot?2017-10-12T16:41:36+00:00

Chatbots are like apps inside Facebook Messenger except users don’t have to download anything to use one. All they have to do is send a message to your Facebook page.

How long does it take to build?2017-10-12T16:42:09+00:00

Typically, our chatbots take 2 to 6 weeks to build, depending on how many features and content it will have.

Can you build bots outside of Facebook Messenger?2017-10-12T17:15:13+00:00

Yes. We can build chatbots for Slack, Skype, Telegram, Kik etc. 

However, Facebook Messenger offers the most flexibility in terms of features and currently has over 1 billion active users worldwide, making it the largest messaging platform in the world.

How does direct messaging work?2017-10-12T16:41:55+00:00

Sending direct messages through your chatbot is like sending a newsletter to a mailing list. 

We can address your clients by their first name and send messages to a segment based on basic attributes like gender and city or custom attributes like shopping habits, users who’ve purchased a certain product etc.

Can you build custom features?2017-10-12T16:41:45+00:00

Yes. We built custom features in a chatbot and we add other unique experiences that users can access inside the chatbot.

Our Workflow

Get closer than ever to your customers. So close that you tell them what they need well before they realise it themselves.

Steve Jobs, Apple

We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts. It’s our job every day to make every important aspect of the customer experience a little bit better.

Jeff bezos, Amazon

Amazon did not kill the retail industry. It did it to itself with bad customer service.

Netflix did not kill Blockbuster. It did it to itself with ridiculous late fees.

Uber did not kill the taxi business. It did it to itself with limited number of taxis and fare control.

Apple did not kill the music industry. It did it to itself by forcing people to buy full-length albums.

Airbnb did not kill the hotel industry. It did it to itself with limited availability and pricing options.

Being non-customer centric is the biggest threat to any business.

Alberto Brea

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