The In-Location Alliance, a consortium that includes Qualcomm, Samsung, Sony Mobile, Nokia, Cisco, Broadcom and CSR among its members, announced three winners of its “Best Use Case Contest” demonstrating the growing market potential for indoor positioning.
Researchers at Clarity Labs at the University of Michigan recently launched Sirius, which they refer to as “an open end-to-end standalone speech and vision based intelligent personal assistant (IPA)….”
One of the major announcements from #EC15 is a partnership between Cisco and Altocloud to bring a predictive dimension to the handling of a customer interaction, including the routing of a contact to the proper resource.
With healthcare fraud on the rise, Authentify and LifeMed work together on a mobile app to authenticate patients’ identities, increase data accuracy, and automate registration workflows.
USAA to present keynote panel at VBC New York (May 4-5) on what it takes to develop a customer-centric approach for authentication strategies.
Among the features that distinguish the Apple Watch from Pebble and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, is its ability to serve as a platform for Siri.
Based on reports of recent multi-million dollar “wins” that span telecommunications, hospitality and financial services, it is clear that Nexidia’s customers are catching on to the power of “state-of-the-art” interactions analytics.
A group of venture capital firms, led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) are bankrolling contact center security specialist Pindrop Security’s $35 million Series B round of financing.