We're finally moving the SAP Hybris Labs prototype Chatbot Charly towards product integration through incubation program. Would Charly be a good asset to your business? Let us know what you think!
Another topic at this year's Mobil Tech Conference was conversational. Especially in connection with voice assistants. In addition to the Design Patterns for Conversational User Interfaces presentation and the keynote How Conversational Commerce is radically changing shopping, there were also talks about Alexa and Google Home. (featured picture: The Conversation... read more →
Traditionally, user interfaces are a series of screens and forms for exchanging informations with the user. Most of the applications start with a main screen from which users can navigate using breadcrumbs, menus, buttons like back and forward. This paradigm remained almost unaltered with the coming of hypertext where one... read more →
Keyword extraction from search queries is a fundamental aspect of conversational commerce. In this article I illustrate a simple but effective way to get relevant entities from user’s utterances and rank them against an unstructured product catalog and an ontology database. The primary purpose of a conversational application is to... read more →
Charly is evolving and from now, all business transactions are backed by Hybris Commerce. This is the first round of series of upcoming integrations between Facebook Messenger, one of the leading instant message applications, and the core operational system for order and inventory management, made by Hybris. The complete shopping... read more →
One of the most demanded feature in chatbots is the ability to automatically provide helpful informations. Users might ask about how to pay the purchases online, how to return an defected item, when the purchase could be delivered or just about the opening hours of a shop. (more…)
Take a look at our Hybris Labs Chatbot Charly doing his daily work. Busy bee, the little fella...
"Does the air conditioning really need to be this cold?", "This artificial light is starting to give me a headache.", "I need to get some fresh air!" - these are common statements you hear or utter at most conferences or trade shows. Everyone who has ever spent a full working... read more →