may, 2020

28may2:00 PM3:00 PM5 Things you Should be Doing with Conversational AI Now and in a Post-COVID WorldWebinarCategory:Webinars

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Time

(Thursday) 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location

Webinar

7550 1H, 10 W Dr Suite 400

Event Details

How to leverage virtual assistants to automate self-service, enable seamless bank-from-home, and bring your brand to the digital forefront

Conversational AI enables banks to scale communication without taxing resources and quickly support new topics and concerns in this rapidly changing environment. A bank that prioritizes digital tools enables proactive communication, and support from anywhere – the need for which has become clear.

Frost & Sullivan, Fiserv, Isbank and Clinc will be sharing their experiences and successes with AI-enabled virtual assistants to help banking leaders learn:

Register for this webinar to discuss:

  • How is the banking industry likely to change again post-COVID-19
  • Real-life examples of how banks have successfully built conversational AI roadmaps that future-proof their business for crises like COVID-19
  • How banks can automate and utilize Conversational AI to improve customer service, efficiency, and savings
  • Key competencies to look for when selecting a conversational AI vendor
  • How to leverage conversational AI to deliver maximum value for your customers and become a leader in digital banking and realize ROI during COVID and beyond

After this webinar, you will be equipped with strategies you can deploy to navigate the banking response to COVID-19 and unlock more value out of conversational AI both in the current crisis and in the future

Featured Speakers:

Clare Walker
Industry Principal, Business & Financial Services
Frost & Sullivan
Halim Memis
Unit Manager Channel Strategy, Digital Banking
Isbank
Deniz Kaya
Director,
Product Strategy & Partnerships
Fiserv
Johann Hauswald
CCO and Co-Founder
Clinc

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Organizer

Frost & Sullivaninfo@frost.com 7550 1H, 10 W Dr #400, San Antonio, TX 78229

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