LiveChat launches Users in ChatBot, helping companies to use chatbots in their marketing actions | MarTech Advisor

ChatBot offers two matching systems that can be used alternately – Machine Learning (which focuses on whole sentences typed by users during a conversation with a bot) and Keywords (which are based mostly on crucial words or expressions). With the power of entities, which recognize the most popular common concepts like emails or phone numbers, chatbots can match inquiries correctly and capture important data (including those more complicated than numbers) as well.

The built-in Training section allows users to review all of the unmatched customer queries that a bot didn’t recognize and add them directly to the scenario without the need to dig into the conversation archives.

Chatbots created within the application can be implemented in Facebook Messenger, Slack and LiveChat, or as a chat widget.

Businessmodelzoo Alpha :: Oscar Health
The company’s differentiates itself to consumers by offering a simple, fast application process and a high quality of user experience. The company aims to reduce the complexity of accessing healthcare by utilising mobile technology. The primary differentiator is the Oscar Health app that allows customers to manage their appointments, monitor their health and access medical care via their smartphone. The healthcare providers that partner with Oscar Health can gain access to tools that can help simplify workflow and appointment scheduling.

Leap Life Insurance Review 2019: No-Exam Term Life Insurance Policies Leap Life is a great option for those who are in the market specifically for no-exam term life insurance policies. It’s an especially smooth application process if you already know what you want and are ready to choose a policy and run with it.

Making the Most of an Accelerator Program: 4 Startup Strategies That’s where accelerators come in: When you’re part of one, you’re surrounded by other startups facing the same challenges; and those similarities can help you shed light on the situation. In fact, it isn’t uncommon at accelerators for one startup to help another. And for Dubugras and Franceschi, there were startups ready and waiting to test their product and, ultimately, become customers.

Following Series B Investment, Canadian Fintech Koho Launches New Cashback Program | Crowdfund Insider

B2B Marketers Use AI to Move Beyond the Google/Facebook Duopoly as Research from Marketing Platform InfiniGrow Shows Growth for LinkedIn, Quora, Content Marketing and Events

Marketers Utilize Infinigrow’s AI Technology to Optimize Their Marketing Budget Allocation as B2B Marketers Turn to Linkedin and Quora as Alternatives to Facebook and Google

As B2B marketers embrace AI technology to optimize the marketing budget spent across channels, a combination of newer digital platforms and tried and true marketing tactics are the fastest growing marketing channels in 2019.

These are the results of a survey of the hundreds of marketing plans created via the AI-driven marketing planning optimization platform, InfiniGrow.

InfiniGrow’s research highlights the expected increase or decrease in marketing spend in 2019 for each category/platform surveyed from the hundreds of marketing plans created using the company’s platform. Among B2B marketers working with infiniGrow’s platform, more than 80% utilized the company’s AI technology to optimize their channel budget allocation.

Ad spend on LinkedIn is expected to increase by 26% in 2019, according to the company’s analysis, driven by the introduction of video and live video, the redesigned LinkedIn Campaign Manager and the addition of interest targeting.

Quora is expected to experience a 28% increase in ad spend in 2019. With 300 million monthly unique visitors and answers which rank favorably in Google, B2B marketers are increasingly investing time answering relevant questions and now also money for advertising. Quora is growing its ad product offering, adding bulk ad creation for companies looking to scale, as well as ad targeting according to topic, question, audience, and keyword.

More than 60% of consumers interested in data-for-rewards programs | Healthcare Dive
  • More than 60% of consumers are interested in incentive programs exchanging connected device data with their health insurer for rewards — higher than for automobile, home and life insurance, according to a new report from business research firm Aite Group.
  • And 90% of consumers said they would be interested in learning more about such offerings from their health insurer, according to Aite’s survey of nearly 800 Americans with connected devices. Payers offering a rewards program could entice up to 58% of consumers to switch plans.
  • The higher the reward, the stronger consumer interest, Aite found. More than 50% of consumers were interested in a rewards program resulting in an up to 5% discount in annual premiums. When the discount was raised to 10%, 21% of the remaining holdouts were interested in enrolling. For a 15% discount, 69% of consumers were interested

The impact of FinTech trends on different industries

Online insurance

Nowadays, online insurance is based on fair product cost. The ‘low-cost’ model is used because there is no need to rent offices as well as hire insurance managers.

Insurance agreement conclusion happens online today. As a result, people don’t need to visit the office of an insurance company, arrange meetings with an agent, or fill in a lot of documents. The clients have an opportunity to ask for insurance using a web or mobile app. They just need to enter their personal information and then get insurance policy via their e-mail.

New York Life is one of the best insurance platforms, to my mind. This company provides clients with an opportunity to get life insurance, long-term care and more. New York Life offers to use third-party banks, brokers to get their insurance.

As you can see, the users are able to manage a lot of tasks utilizing just their smartphones and appropriate software. So, if you want to create your own FinTech website or application, you may just find a reliable software development company and develop your own solution.

Best CMS of 2019 | TechRadar

1. WordPress

2. Squarespace

3. Magnolia

4. Weebly

5. Wix

6. Bynder

Advanced Typescript by Example: API Service Manager

This article will take you through the implementation of an API service manager written in Typescript to efficiently handle web services, consisting of two classes along with their associated types. These classes will be embedded within a Create React App project and tested at runtime within App.tsx.

To gain clarity on the concepts talked about, the full project is available to browse through "); background-size: 1px 1px; background-position: 0px calc(1em + 1px); background-repeat: repeat no-repeat;”>here on Github.

What is an API service manager?

The purpose of an API manager is to manage a web service, from its authentication to making requests and handling responses — that will either result in a successful or failed call. The manager must ensure type safety along the way, fully typing request and response objects. To prevent re-inventing the wheel, requests will be sent via Javascript’s native fetch() API, that will work hand-in-hand with the manager.

In order to ensure objects can be typed at runtime, some classes and types will be generic. We will refrain from using the any type throughout; any is not helpful, especially when dealing with arbitrary data from remote services.