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Say Hello To T-Aadab, On The Telangana Tourism Website

January 24th, 2019 Posted by News 0 thoughts on “Say Hello To T-Aadab, On The Telangana Tourism Website”

In an attempt to help tourists plan their travel and sightseeing activities better, Telangana State Tourism Development Corporation has launched AI powered chatbots. The bot provides on-demand data and information on the Telangana Tourism website and promises unparalleled service to the enthusiastic travelers. Designed to facilitate real-time information related to Telangana tourism, T-Aadab is powering user interactions with smart responses in all major global and Indic languages.

Users may enquire about Telangana tourism, landmarks, tour packages, avail the help of a virtual guide and do lot more with the bot. The launch of T-Aadab comes at a time when the modern day, multilingual travelers increasingly demand to have more freedom to manage their travel/trips on their own. This is also the first time in India that any state tourism platform has integrated a chatbot to engage travelers in a more productive way, thus setting a new trend.

T-Aadab is powered by Xploree – a flagship product of  KeyPoint Technologies. KeyPoint technologies is a leader in innovative language technology & solutions. Its offerings include – Xploree AI chatbot, Xploree AI Keyboard and Localization services.

Xploree by KeyPoint Technologies on InTech50’s Top Indian Start-ups List

April 14th, 2015 Posted by Blog, News, Xploree 0 thoughts on “Xploree by KeyPoint Technologies on InTech50’s Top Indian Start-ups List”

Posted by TechInAsia:

Meet the 50 software product startups from India pitching to global CIOs this week

by Malavika Velayanikal

“India has been called the back office of the world, with large IT services companies like Infosys, TCS, and Wipro serving global corporations. But a new wave of software product startups – such as CRM software maker Freshdesk, which rubs shoulders with global leaders in its domain – is giving the country an image makeover.

One problem these tech product companies face is gaining access to decision-makers in US-based companies who are key clients, because selling to them is the best endorsement an Indian software maker can get.

The Indian Software Product Round-Table (iSPIRT), a think-tank dedicated to this segment of tech startups, started InTech50 last year to help the best of them connect with global clients.

Pitching events mostly connect entrepreneurs with investors. InTech50 has something extra: 25 CIOs (chief information officers) from global corporations plus 25 CIOs from top Indian companies are attending the two-day event in Bangalore on April 15-16. So the 50 software product startups from India selected for this event are pitching to potential clients.

The latest edition of this event has attracted CIOs from companies like Citibank, Procter & Gamble, Great American Insurance Company, Kroger, Accretive Health, and Crate & Barrel.

For the visitors, it’s a chance to meet Indian innovators vetted by iSPIRT and hear their ideas. As Sharad Sharma, former head of Yahoo! India R&D who co-founded iSPIRT, tells Tech in Asia: “India can provide innovation blowback to the rest of the world if the tremendous untapped potential here is released.”

Here, in alphabetical order, are the 50 startups pitching their software products to global CIOs invited to Bangalore:…

Xploree is a search and discovery platform created by KeyPoint Technologies. It is a user-initiated, hyper-contextual tool with language intelligence that connects mobile device users with brands. Xploree predicts a user’s needs and provides them with relevant content, apps, deals, and services.”

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Article and Image Source: TechInAsia