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Chatbots, June 2016
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Chatbots, June 2016
Contents
Topic Page No.
Scope of Report 05
Entrepreneur Activity 08
Investment Trend 10
Who is Investi...
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Illustrative Sectors We Track
ENTERPRISE
INFRASTRUCTURE
ENTERPRISE
APPLICATIONS
MOBILECONSUMER
TECH F...
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Sector Overview
Scope of report
This report covers companies which provide automated chat based enter...
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Funding Summary
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Scope of Report
Entrepreneur Activity
Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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YoY – Number of companies founded
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YoY – Number of Rounds and Total Funding
$2M
$11M $12M
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YoY – Number of Rounds by Stage
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Top investments in last one year
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Top investments in last one year
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Scope of Report
Entrepreneur Activity
Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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Where are Top Investors investing
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Combinator
Betaworks
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Startups
Inventures
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BoxGroup
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Investor by Stage of Entry
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Scope of Report
Entrepreneur Activity
Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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Major Acquisitions
Date Company Acquirer Deal Size Overview
Total
Funding
Jan-2013 virtuoz.com
Virtu...
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Scope of Report
Entrepreneur Activity
Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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June 2016Tracxn BlueBox : Chatbots
130+ companies in the sector, 37 funded in last 5 years, $85m inves...
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Top Business Models by Funding
$66M
$42M
$26M
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Enterprise Applications – Business Model
Description
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Enterprise Applications – Entrepreneur Activity
and Investment Trend
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Enterprise Applications – Most Funded Companies
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Consumer Applications – Business Model
Description
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Consumer Applications – Entrepreneur Activity
and Investment Trend
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Consumer Applications – Most Funded Companies
Chatbots, June 201628
Developer Platforms – Business Model Description
Chatbots, June 201629
Developer Platforms – Entrepreneur Activity and
Investment Trend
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Developer Platforms – Most Funded Companies
Chatbots, June 2016
Scope of Report
Entrepreneur Activity
Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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Interesting Companies
Company Overview Business Model
Latest Funding
Round
Total
Funding
x.ai
(2014,...
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Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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Useful Links
Slide Title Content Platform Link
List of All Companies in readable format Companies Li...
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Scope of Report
Entrepreneur Activity
Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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Chatbots – Company List
DETAILS CLOSE TO 132 COMPANIES
(37 FUNDED AND 95 UNFUNDED COMPANIES)
COVERS ...
Chatbots, June 2016
Company Details Funding Investors
Customer Support
VirtuOz [Emeryville, 2002]: Virtuoz develops virtua...
Chatbots, June 2016
Company Details Funding Investors
Customer Support
orat.io [Vienna, 2012]: Real-time B2C communication...
Chatbots, June 2016
Company Details Funding Investors
30SecondsToFly [New York City, 2015]: 30SecondsToFly is a text based...
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Enterprise Applications (4/11)
Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot...
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Consumer Applications (1/9)
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Consumer Applications (3/9)
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Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot St...
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Consumer Applications (9/9)
Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot St...
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Developer Platforms (1/8)
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Developer Platforms (8/8)
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Bot Stores
Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Plat...
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Content Platform
Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Conten...
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Scope of Report
Entrepreneur Activity
Investment Trend
Who is Investing
Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitio...
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Team
Santosh Kumar P
Lead Analyst – Consumer
Naveen Singh
Sr. Analyst – Consumer
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Over $140M has been invested in Chatbots since 2010, with ~$85M invested in 2015/2016 YTD

Tracxn Research - Chatbots Startup Landscape, June 2016

  1. 1. Chatbots, June 2016 Tracxn World’s Largest Startup Research Platform 2
  2. 2. Chatbots, June 2016 Contents Topic Page No. Scope of Report 05 Entrepreneur Activity 08 Investment Trend 10 Who is Investing 15 Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions 18 Sub Sector Analysis 20 Interesting Companies 32 Useful Links 34 Company List 36 Team 68 3 3
  3. 3. Chatbots, June 20164 Illustrative Sectors We Track ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS MOBILECONSUMER TECH FINTECH EDUCATION HEALTHCARE SECURITY STORAGE NETWORKING MOBILITY IT OPS CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE API MANAGEMENT BIGDATA INFRASTRUCTURE SAAS MOBILE-FIRST ENT. APPS INTELLIGENT ENT. APPS OPEN SOURCE RETAIL TECH MARKETING TECH STEALTH MODE VERTICAL SAAS MOBILE COMMERCE MOBILE PAYMENTS MOBILE MARKETING MOBILE DEV TOOLS MOBILE HEALTH MOBILE GAMING MOBILE LEARNING MOBILE COMMUNICATION MARKETPLACES SUBSCRIPTION COMM. FASHION TECH LOCAL SERVICES CHATBOTS FOOD TECH TRAVEL GAMING INTERNET OF THINGS 3D PRINTING BITCOIN PAYMENTS EDUCATION IT SELF LEARNING LIFE SCIENCES DIGITAL HEALTH
  4. 4. Chatbots, June 20165 Sector Overview Scope of report This report covers companies which provide automated chat based enterprise or consumer applications, development platforms and bot stores/distribution platforms. Report does not cover platforms which provide chat based assistance by using human agents. The scope of this report includes equity as well as debt funding received by the companies. Name Descriptions Enterprise Applications Platforms which provide AI powered personal assistant to schedule meetings & virtual assistant for customer service Consumer Applications Platforms which provide automated recommendations or booking services for flight tickets, restaurant reservations, etc. Developer Platforms Platforms which provide tool kits for developers to create chatbots Bot Stores Digital distribution platforms for chatbots
  5. 5. Chatbots, June 20166 Funding Summary
  6. 6. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 7 7
  7. 7. Chatbots, June 20168 YoY – Number of companies founded 2 5 13 18 53 29 0 12 24 36 48 60 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 No.ofCompanies
  8. 8. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 9 9
  9. 9. Chatbots, June 201610 YoY – Number of Rounds and Total Funding $2M $11M $12M $17M $2M $0M $11M $27M $58M 2 2 1 2 2 2 9 17 17 0 4 7 11 14 18 0 14 28 42 56 70 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 NumberofRounds FundingAmount(inMillions) Funding Amount Number of Rounds Note: The funding includes debt rounds also.
  10. 10. Chatbots, June 201611 YoY – Number of Rounds by Stage
  11. 11. Chatbots, June 201612 Top investments in last one year
  12. 12. Chatbots, June 201613 Top investments in last one year
  13. 13. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 4 14
  14. 14. Chatbots, June 201615 Where are Top Investors investing Y Combinator Betaworks 500 Startups Inventures Group BoxGroup Comcast Ventures Techstars Two Sigma Ventures Andreessen Horowitz SoftBank Enterprise Applications msg.ai Howdy VirtuOz msg.ai Pana x.ai Kasisto x.ai Consumer Applications Luka Poncho Pana GoButler Poncho ShineText Developer Platforms Wit.ai ChatFuel PromptApp Run Dexter ChatFuel VirtuOz, Wit.ai Init.ai Wit.ai
  15. 15. Chatbots, June 201616 Investor by Stage of Entry
  16. 16. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 7 17
  17. 17. Chatbots, June 201618 Major Acquisitions Date Company Acquirer Deal Size Overview Total Funding Jan-2013 virtuoz.com VirtuOz (Emeryville, 2002) Nuance Virtual chat based agents for enterprise Mohr Davidow Ventures, Inventures Group, Galileo Partners $18.4M Jan-2015 wit.ai Wit.ai (Palo Alto, 2013) Facebook Natural Language enabling apps for automated replies Ignition Partners, New Enterprise Associates, Y Combinator, SV Angel, Alven Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, TenOneTen $3.12M Apr-2016 kitcrm.com KIT (San Francisco, 2013) Shopify Chatbot sending suggestions via text to customers Visionnaire Ventures, Technicolor Apr-2016 airwoot.com Airwoot (Delhi, 2012) Freshdesk Real-time text based customer support on social media Kae Capital Dec-2015 zoyo.ai ZoyoAI (Bangalore, 2015) MagicX Chat based virtual assistant service
  18. 18. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 9 19
  19. 19. Chatbots, June 2016 June 2016Tracxn BlueBox : Chatbots 130+ companies in the sector, 37 funded in last 5 years, $85m invested in 2015/16 20
  20. 20. Chatbots, June 201621 Top Business Models by Funding $66M $42M $26M 0 14 28 42 56 70 Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms TotalFundingAmount(inMillions) # Cos. 51 39 37 Avg. Age 2012.6 2014.8 2014.5
  21. 21. Chatbots, June 201622 Enterprise Applications – Business Model Description
  22. 22. Chatbots, June 201623 Enterprise Applications – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  23. 23. Chatbots, June 201624 Enterprise Applications – Most Funded Companies
  24. 24. Chatbots, June 201625 Consumer Applications – Business Model Description
  25. 25. Chatbots, June 201626 Consumer Applications – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  26. 26. Chatbots, June 201627 Consumer Applications – Most Funded Companies
  27. 27. Chatbots, June 201628 Developer Platforms – Business Model Description
  28. 28. Chatbots, June 201629 Developer Platforms – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  29. 29. Chatbots, June 201630 Developer Platforms – Most Funded Companies
  30. 30. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 1 31
  31. 31. Chatbots, June 201632 Interesting Companies Company Overview Business Model Latest Funding Round Total Funding x.ai (2014, New York City) AI based assistant which schedules meetings SoftBank, Two Sigma Ventures, Pritzker Group, FirstMark Capital, A Ventures, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, DCM Ventures, Work Enterprise Applications - Productivity - Meeting Scheduler Series B $34.3M ozlo.com Ozlo (2013, Palo Alto) Chat based AI assistant bot Greylock, AME Cloud Ventures Consumer Applications - Horizontal Series A $14M GoButler (2015, New York City) Text based AI assistant for flight ticket booking Lakestar, Slow Ventures, Sound Ventures, BoxGroup, Cherry Ventures, General Catalyst, Global Founders Consumer Applications - Travel Series A $8M assi.st Assist (2015, San Francisco) Chat based platform to book on demand services Consumer Applications - Horizontal Series A $5.5M Luka (2014, New York City) A.I. based chatting application to recommend book restaurants tables Y Combinator, Ludlow Ventures, Sherpa Consumer Applications - Bar & Restaurant Series A $4.54M poncho.is Poncho (2013, New York City) Chatbot which delivers weather forecast Broadway Video, Comcast Ventures, Venture 51, Ore Ventures, Greycroft, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Betaworks, RRE Ventures Consumer Applications - Weather Forecast Seed $2M pana.com Pana (2015, Denver) AI based travel concierge services app Flight.VC, 500 Startups, Techstars, Galvanize Consumer Applications - Travel Seed $1.35M Niki.ai (2015, Bangalore) AI based automated order taking app for concierge services Unilazer Ventures Consumer Applications - Horizontal Seed
  32. 32. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 3 33
  33. 33. Chatbots, June 201634 Useful Links Slide Title Content Platform Link List of All Companies in readable format Companies Link Large Upcoming Sectors Entrepreneur Activity Link Niche Upcoming Sectors Entrepreneur Activity Link Top investments in last one year Investment Trend Link Major Acquisitions Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Link Enterprise Applications – Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Consumer Applications – Funded companies Sub Sector Understand Link Developer Platforms – Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Interesting companies Sector Understand Link
  34. 34. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 5 35
  35. 35. Chatbots, June 201636 Chatbots – Company List DETAILS CLOSE TO 132 COMPANIES (37 FUNDED AND 95 UNFUNDED COMPANIES) COVERS THE FOLLOWING SECTORS Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platforms
  36. 36. Chatbots, June 2016 Company Details Funding Investors Customer Support VirtuOz [Emeryville, 2002]: Virtuoz develops virtual agents for online marketing, sales and support providing cross channel user experience from virtual agents self service to live chat. It was founded in France and headquartered in Emeryville. Its solutions combine virtual agent solutions to agent practices across agent development, deployment and optimization to provide predictable results. Recognized by the American Business Awards, Best in Biz 2011, Network Products Guide 2012 and Tech Awards Circle. Customers include Global 2000 companies including PayPal, Michelin, SFR, Hamp;R Block, and Symantec. Recently, in 2013 it got acquired by nuance helping to extend the nina experience to the web and to provide more mobile services to its clients. $18.4M Mohr Davidow Ventures, Inventures Group, Galileo Partners Customer Support msg.ai [New York City, 2014]: Msg.ai is an artificial intelligence platform which provide enabling solutions for conversational commerce companies. Enables real-time conversations with consumers by leveraging messaging applications as a channel. Provide layouts designed for order confirmation, shipping updates, surveys, offers etc. Provides customer engagement solutions. $2.7M dunnhumby.com/ventures, Y Combinator, Advancit Capital, Indicator Ventures, Bowery Capital, BoxGroup, Galvanize, kbs, Salesforce Ventures, Sterling Partners Customer Support InteliWISE [Sunnyvale, 2005]: Inteliwise uses natural language technology to provide virtual agents, Helpdesk and live chat to small and medium business organizations for CRM services. Its platform consists of four elements: the presentation avatar, knowledgebase engine, media platform with text-to-speech and statistics reports. It integrates with most of the IT self service platforms like Cisco, Avaya, Genesys, Avaya, zendesk. Some of its customers include Liberty direct, Saturn, Mediamarket. Its pricingg model includes 29$ monthly for live chat and 499$ for virtual agents with 14 day free trial period. $2M Customer Support Next IT [Spokane, 2002]: NextIt provides virtual assistant solutions for enterprises across all communication channels- smart devices, online, social media, self service, contact centres, interactive kiosks. With NextIt Alme's natural language multi-channel platform, virtual agents provide an integrated approach for increasing customer satisfaction, engagement and improve sales. Customers are across various verticals such as Healthcare, Travel, Finance, Retail, Media. $445k Intel Capital Customer Support Aivo [Miami, 2011]: Aivo develops virtual customer service agents that interpret and respond to customer inquiries across multichannel digital channels. Its product agentbot, an automatic customer service solution recognizes, interprets and responds to real time customer inquiries. It helps companies reduce costs, increase customer satisfaction. It offers services in English, Spanish and Portuguese. $300k 37 Enterprise Applications (1/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  37. 37. Chatbots, June 2016 Company Details Funding Investors Customer Support orat.io [Vienna, 2012]: Real-time B2C communication through mobile messengers including Facebook, Telegram, Whatsapp with integrated ticketing system. Provides a unified inbox for customer support agents. Businesses can send multimedia messages and keep customers updated about open tickets. $54.2K INiTS, Axel Springer Plug and Play Accelerator Customer Support Airwoot [Delhi, 2012]: Airwoot helps brands provide customer support on social media. The product enables businesses to engage with their customers in real-time and deliver customer support on social media. Airwoot has developed a proprietary semantic engine which uses sophisticated natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning techniques to funnel actionable conversations from social media in real-time. Airwoot is a product of Gurgaon-based SaaS startup Memetic Labs Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Incubated at the Morpheus. Raised an undisclosed amount in seed round from KAE capital and angel investors including Rajan Anandan, Sasha Mirchandani, Sunil Kalra and Samir Sood in August 2013. Kae Capital Customer Support KIT [San Francisco, 2013]: Kit is a virtual marketing assistant for business owners with which they text back and forth from a connected phone to engage customers. Can be connected to Facebook and the e-commerce storefront to promote new products to Facebook fans. Features include Facebook ads,email marketing campaigns, business reports delivery, video ads etc. Currently offered in 2 different packages for $10/month and $25/month. Visionnaire Ventures, Technicolor Customer Support Flow XO [Padiham, 2014]: FlowXo is a service which provides platform for building, hosting amp; managing bots. Provides a visual designer to build powerful bots without writing code. Platform earns through pricing model by hosting bots for messaging platform charging for interactions. Based out of UK. Customer Support Alfred Bot [Barcelona, 2015]: Alfred Bot is a robot manager, user can create chat bot to assist user with its queries. So far by using Alfred bot users have created Qamp;A assistant, school assistant, real estate assistant and pizza ordering assistant. Alfred bot is used to make bots in Telegram. 38 Enterprise Applications (2/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  38. 38. Chatbots, June 2016 Company Details Funding Investors 30SecondsToFly [New York City, 2015]: 30SecondsToFly is a text based artificially intelligent travel assistant for enterprises. Syncs with event calendar in phone and checks for travel trips. The enterprise user can send a text and receive highly personalized travel options as per budget and preferences. Provide a travel management solution for enterprises to manage intra-team travels plans. Based out of NYC, US. Botan [ , 2015]: Botan provides analytics for Telegram bot. User can get all stats in real-time by calling Botan's function from original bot code. Provides results such as segmentation of audience by events logged, get user's geo, device, OS and language info. Service is free to use. Mrchatbot [Moscow, 2016]: Mr. Chatbot is a program that integrates with Facebook Messenger to give online shops owners an opportunity to provide best shopping experience for their customers. Chatbot can understand natural language ordinary people use and communicate with them in the same manner. Services are priced at $185/month. Currently (May, 2016) in beta. Bot Revenue [Los Angeles, 2016]: Botrevenue is a platform which allows chat bot owners promote other bots and get traffic back. Botrevenue takes 25% commission so for every 1000 clicks user send to another bot user will receive 750 clicks back. An ad message is a promo text up to 140 characters with a link to the advertised product. In pipeline a personal analytics dashboard. Moni.ai [Wilmington, 2014]: Moni.ai is an interactive virtual assistant from which users can navigate their favorite internet connected products and services via simple conversational commands. Companies can add voice to their own apps on their platform, and use Moni.ai as a channel to showcase their product/service and connect with consumers. 39 Enterprise Applications (3/11) Customer Support Customer Support Customer Support Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  39. 39. Chatbots, June 201640 Enterprise Applications (4/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  40. 40. Chatbots, June 201641 Enterprise Applications (5/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  41. 41. Chatbots, June 201642 Enterprise Applications (6/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  42. 42. Chatbots, June 201643 Enterprise Applications (7/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  43. 43. Chatbots, June 201644 Enterprise Applications (8/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  44. 44. Chatbots, June 201645 Enterprise Applications (9/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  45. 45. Chatbots, June 201646 Enterprise Applications (10/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  46. 46. Chatbots, June 201647 Enterprise Applications (11/11) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  47. 47. Chatbots, June 201648 Consumer Applications (1/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  48. 48. Chatbots, June 201649 Consumer Applications (2/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  49. 49. Chatbots, June 201650 Consumer Applications (3/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  50. 50. Chatbots, June 201651 Consumer Applications (4/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  51. 51. Chatbots, June 201652 Consumer Applications (5/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  52. 52. Chatbots, June 201653 Consumer Applications (6/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  53. 53. Chatbots, June 201654 Consumer Applications (7/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  54. 54. Chatbots, June 201655 Consumer Applications (8/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  55. 55. Chatbots, June 201656 Consumer Applications (9/9) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  56. 56. Chatbots, June 201657 Developer Platforms (1/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  57. 57. Chatbots, June 201658 Developer Platforms (2/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  58. 58. Chatbots, June 201659 Developer Platforms (3/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  59. 59. Chatbots, June 201660 Developer Platforms (4/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  60. 60. Chatbots, June 201661 Developer Platforms (5/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  61. 61. Chatbots, June 201662 Developer Platforms (6/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  62. 62. Chatbots, June 201663 Developer Platforms (7/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  63. 63. Chatbots, June 201664 Developer Platforms (8/8) Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  64. 64. Chatbots, June 201665 Bot Stores Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  65. 65. Chatbots, June 201666 Content Platform Enterprise Applications Consumer Applications Developer Platforms Bot Stores Content Platform
  66. 66. Chatbots, June 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Interesting Companies Useful Links Company List Team 7 67
  67. 67. Chatbots, June 201668 Team Santosh Kumar P Lead Analyst – Consumer Naveen Singh Sr. Analyst – Consumer
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