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SupportLogic announces focus on generative AI with its 2023 product direction roadmap

SupportLogic, the world's first Support Experience (SX) management platform, announced its 2023 product direction roadmap, beginning to roll out generative AI-powered features designed to further elevate and empower customer support teams and other customer-facing functions within the organization.  

“SupportLogic is trusted by some of the world’s best and largest technology brands. Our predictive AI has always been an integral part of our ability to extract and analyze customer signals that improve the support experience for our customers,” said SupportLogic founder and CEO, Krishna Raj Raja. “We’re excited to augment our platform with new generative AI capabilities, which further deepens our commitment to help our customers adopt these technologies in a secure and trusted way.”

SupportLogic’s new product direction includes four discrete sets of capabilities designed to add the power of generative AI and complement its current large language models (LLMs) and domain-specific small language models (SLMs) architecture.

SupportLogic gen-AI direction highlights include:

  • Agent assist: Offers tonality, grammar assistance, compliance, and soft skills coaching to customer support professionals. It enables agents to prioritize cases, transcribe calls, track customer commitments, and collaborate with screen recording. This feature is planned for release in Summer 2023.
  • Language translation abilities: Offers real-time, bi-directional language translation capabilities, with sentiment and keyword detection, and response assistance. They allow support organizations to effectively build a global team without any language constraints. This feature is planned for release in the second half of 2023.
  • Case and account summarization: Provides rollup summaries of support cases and account health. The summary features enable CS leaders and executives in the company to get up to speed quickly on customer activity without relying on support operations to generate custom reports. These features are planned for release in the second half of 2023.
  • Unified bionic dashboard: Provides a unified view of Support Experience and operational metrics across disparate systems of record, systems of engagement, and observability of both human and virtual agents. With this capability, support management teams can avoid costly data migrations from having to integrate multiple ticketing systems. This feature is planned for release in the second half of 2023.

For more information about this news, visit www.supportlogic.com.  

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