Customers can now integrate with Google’s Virtual Agent, Agent Assist and Analytics Using Appian’s Intelligent Contact Center™ Platform
RESTON, VA — Appian (NASDAQ: APPN) today announced integration with Google Cloud’s new Contact Center AI, a solution that combines multiple AI products to improve customer service experience and the productivity of contact centers. This further demonstrates Appian’s commitment to delivering an integrated customer experience across channels and customer touchpoints with Appian’s Intelligent Contact Center™ (ICC) Platform.
The Appian ICC platform provides native and integrated artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, based on a low-code platform, for building omni-channel customer engagement, case management, and intelligent automation solutions. Through this partnership, Appian ICC customers will be able to integrate into the three main products of Google’s Cloud Contact Center AI; Virtual Agent, Agent Assist and Analytics. These tools leverage AI bots to interact with customers, manage the bots to ensure proper function and analyze all activity to maximize the customer experience, while ICC uses Appian Records to give these bots a complete view of the customer in every interaction.
Key features of Appian’s integration with Contact Center AI include:
“Appian provides customers a powerful, low-code platform to help them improve their customers’ satisfaction, and increase their operational and agent efficiencies in the contact center,” said Medhat Galal, VP of Product Solutions. “By integrating with Google Cloud Contact Center AI, we bring strong AI-Powered applications to the contact center market that can be leveraged for a powerful customer experience.”
The results customers have garnered using Appian’s platform showcase the tremendous value and impact intelligent automation can have on an organization. A well-known global financial services company reported an increase of 64% in customer satisfaction scores within just one month by prioritizing omni-channel customer engagement. They integrated systems and channels into one cohesive interface. In addition, one of the largest insurers in the UK leveraged Appian’s intelligent automation to reinvent their contact center operations and improve customer satisfaction. The impact has been a nine times acceleration in customer service response time and 40% operational cost savings.
“Contact Center AI empowers enterprises to use AI to complement and enhance their contact centers,” said Rajen Sheth, Director of Product Management. “Google Cloud’s goal is to make it as easy as possible for our customers to use AI for contact centers through our relationships with key partners like Appian.”
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