CodeBaby has partnered with Elzware, a company located in the United Kingdom, to provide animated avatars to its Conversational AI clients. As a result of the agreement, customers of CodeBaby will be able to work with top-tier conversation architects.
“Our clients often need to convert their existing content into conversation, a task which many of them would prefer to outsource. We have collaborated with Elzware on projects in the past and have been impressed with the knowledge of conversational engineering they possess,” says Norrie Daroga, President of CodeBaby. “Phil has been an innovator in this field, and many of our team members in Bristol, England, worked with him before joining us.”
“We love the fresh, fun and cool animation characteristics that CodeBaby brings to our stable of services.” says Phil D.Hall, Owner of Elzware. “The lightness of touch and ease of integration into websites aligns well with our offerings in education, entertainment and healthcare. Further we think that this step forwards bodes well for organizations who have outgrown the capabilities of their current chatbot software.”
Clients of both organizations will benefit from the partnership. The major benefits include the availability of a sophisticated customer experience with conversational AI. The Codebaby clients will be able to make use of advanced conversational designs. The users can also conveniently explore the metaverse of avatars.
For clients like the Veterans Administration, CodeBaby was one of the first 100 startups to commercialize IBM Watson. Natural Language Processing and synthesized voice from several cloud-based services are used in the CodeBaby platform. Prospective and updated user interactions are integrated with the company’s dynamically produced avatars.