Totango rolls out first chatbot for customer success
The text-based Zoe can pull info on customers or track teamwork in resolving a customer success issue.
Customer success platform Totango is the latest vendor to offer a bot as a conversational interface to data.
This week, the San Mateo, California-based company released Zoe, a text-based chatbot for the collaborative work environment Slack or for email. Other environments are on the drawing board.
CEO and co-founder Guy Nirpaz told me that this is the first bot designed for a customer success platform. It joins a growing number of marketing and business intelligence firms that are using bots and intelligent agents to make the data more accessible, including business analytics provider Sisense’s Amazon Alexa skill and chatbots, and marketing analytics firm Datorama’s employment of Alexa.
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