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As well as the new innovations for smartphone handoff and a seamless “tango” between bots and human staff, the system includes the other capabilities which have made LiveEngage the world’s leading conversational commerce platform, including: real-time metrics for customer sentiment, satisfaction, and usage; a “write once, run many” bot deployment framework to build one bot and run it across multiple messaging endpoints, such as in-app messaging, SMS, web messaging, Facebook Messenger, LINE, and, now, voice assistants; and a closed-loop optimization process, with a suite of tools to improve bot performance over time. The new offering combines IBM’s Watson Virtual Agent technology with LivePerson’s LiveEngage platform, allowing brands to rapidly and easily deploy conversational bots that get smarter with each interaction, and lets consumers message those brands from their smartphone – via the brand’s app, SMS, Facebook Messenger, or even the brand’s mobile site – instead of having to call an 800 number. “Our research shows that brands put a premium on providing customers with accurate and correct responses quickly and at scale,” said Dan Miller, Lead Analyst at Opus Research. In fact, customers make more than 270 billion phone calls to customer support lines each year1. LiveIntent is part of the industry-leading LiveEngage® platform for conversational commerce, which places messaging at the center of the customer experience and replaces costly voice calls.

By allowing handoffs to other devices and combining bots and human staff, LiveEngage for Voice Assistants is far more powerful than earlier solutions, because it puts in-home assistants to work for consumers as part of a wider, continuous connection to the brands they use, from any location, and on the consumer’s preferred schedule. Combining the world’s largest multi-channel, multi-cultural content distribution and optimization network with comprehensive workflow tools and platforms, PR Newswire powers the stories of organizations around the world. TinyML will continue to accelerate, further underscoring that the edge is a continuum spanning highly constrained devices in the physical world to regional data centers. ATLANTA, May 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — LivePerson Automotive, a division of LivePerson, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPSN), and DigniFi announced today that consumers will now be able to secure a DigniFi loan to pay for automotive repairs within the LivePerson Automotive Service Texting Solution. NEW YORK, Dec. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — LivePerson, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPSN), a leading provider of digital engagement solutions, announced today that during Cyber Week, the seven-day period including Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, it hosted approximately 7 million interactions on its platform. NEW YORK, June 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — LivePerson, Inc. ( Nasdaq: LPSN), a leading provider of cloud mobile and online business messaging solutions, and IBM ( NYSE: IBM) have announced LiveEngage with Watson, the first global, enterprise-scale, out-of-the-box integration of Watson-powered bots with human agents.

NEW YORK, June 28 2018 /PRNewswire/ — LivePerson, Inc. ( Nasdaq: LPSN), a leading provider of conversational commerce solutions, has added support for RCS business messaging into its LiveEngage platform as part of Google’s Early Access Program, making possible rich messaging between brands and billions of consumers around the world. The market is requiring large brands to make a rapid shift to digital-first and fully-virtualized customer experience. But there’s a little catch: All these services come from large consortia made up of many libraries. With RCS now built into Android Messages and rolling out worldwide, with support from the largest handset makers and carriers, large brands are increasingly interested in adopting the standard to power rich interactions with their consumers, and leaving behind the many limitations of SMS, which was created in 1992, long before the modern smartphone era. Detect intents that are being incorrectly routed and enact new routing policies in concert with LivePerson’s Maven™ AI-powered routing solution. Watson solutions are being built, used, and deployed in more than 45 countries and across 20 different industries. A majority of Gen Z and Millennials globally (69.5 percent) can imagine a future where 100 percent of purchases are done digitally or online.

LivePerson customers report reductions in total cost to serve in the range of 15 to 50 percent in addition to higher conversion rates. Forrester’s 2017 Customer Service Trends report revealed that “Customers of all ages are moving away from using the phone to using self-service – web and mobile self-service, communities, virtual agents, automated chat dialogs, or chatbots – as a first point of contact with a company” and, according to Dimension Data, while there has been a 12 percent decline in phone volume, there has been growth in every digital channel2. There are much broader implications beyond my unprofitable venture into cannabis stocks. At least the explanation you’ll find there will make sense and sound much more reasonable and characteristics of the Framers’ views. The interesting thing about ethics is that while they’ve never been more present than they are now, there doesn’t seem to be much progress. Consumers are becoming increasingly comfortable interacting with bots and AI technologies to solve service issues. Investors are cautioned that the following financial measures used in this press release are “non-GAAP financial measures”: (i) adjusted EBITDA, or earnings/(loss) before provision for (benefit from) income taxes, interest income (expense), other expense (income), depreciation, amortization, stock-based compensation, restructuring costs, acquisition costs and other costs; (ii) adjusted operating (loss) income, or operating income (loss) excluding amortization, stock-based compensation, restructuring costs, acquisition costs, deferred tax asset valuation allowance, and other costs; and (iii) free cash flow, or net cash provided by operating activities less purchases of property and equipment, including capitalized software.