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AiThority Interview with Rebecca Clyde, Co-founder and CEO of

Generative AI has toppled many antique beliefs that existed in the customer success and communications industry. While the buzz around AI-powered conversational virtual assistants has always been a focus area of editorial coverage at and MarTech Series, we felt that the customer-centric industries lacked the access to high-quality research-backed content. AI-powered assistants do more than just automating a set of activities and improving productivity. For example, agents are able to respond to 14% more chats per hour using AI assistance tools, such as GPT. That’s a massive uptick in the current context in an industry where employee attrition, customer churn, and rising cloud costs are all attributed to sluggish responses and misconfigured communications with customers as well as the workforce.  As the industry matures, we are expecting new use cases would emerge in the organizations that extensively focus on building an enterprise technology stack for delivering world-class digital experiences to all stakeholders. We spoke to 100+ industry leaders from the customer success industry to identify the major areas of improvement where generative AI and LLMs would play a pivotal role in the coming months.

In this AIThority interview, we have’s CEO and Co-founder, Rebecca Clyde. She explains the role of advanced gen AI tools in customer communications workflows that drive improved conversions quickly.

Here’s what Rebecca said about the AI machinery.

How do cloud contact centers benefit from using AI-powered assistants for communications?

Rebecca Clyde: Cloud contact centers can greatly benefit from using AI-powered assistants in a variety of ways. First and foremost, they can handle a large volume of customer interactions simultaneously freeing up human agents to focus on more complex queries. This increases the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the contact center, allowing them to serve more customers with fewer resources.

The AI-powered assistants can be programmed to provide accurate and consistent responses, eliminating the risk of human error or inconsistency in handling customer inquiries. This consistency can lead to increased customer satisfaction and confidence in the brand.

Another significant benefit is the AI’s ability to operate 24/7. Unlike human agents, AI doesn’t need to take breaks, and it can work holidays and after hours, providing continuous service to customers. This ensures that customers can receive immediate assistance, regardless of when they reach out.

Additionally, AI assistants can learn from each interaction, making them smarter over time. They can use machine learning algorithms to understand the context and nuances of customer queries better and improve their responses. This continuous learning makes the customer experience more personalized and relevant.

Lastly, AI-powered assistants can help in collecting and analyzing customer interaction data. They can track customer behavior and preferences, which can be leveraged for improving product offerings, personalizing customer communications, and identifying patterns or trends that can aid strategic decision-making.

In the context of, integrating our AI-powered chatbot solutions into cloud contact centers revolutionizes operations and boosts customer satisfaction.

What are the major trends in AI and machine learning development that are specifically creating a differentiation for cloud communication platforms used for customer service?

Rebecca Clyde: Large Language Models (LLMs): LLMs like GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 have revolutionized customer service by enabling more human-like conversations, understanding complex queries, and tailoring personalized responses.

Sentiment: AI systems can now recognize and respond to human emotions, adding an empathetic dimension to interactions, enhancing customer satisfaction.

Predictive Analytics: AI can analyze past data to predict customer behavior and anticipate needs, leading to proactive customer service and increased loyalty.

Automation of Routine Tasks: AI and machine learning are freeing up customer service representatives by automating repetitive tasks, boosting operational efficiency.

Personalization: Advanced machine learning is facilitating hyper-personalization in customer service, delivering unique experiences, recommendations, and solutions to individual customers.

Thank you, Rebecca! That was fun and we hope to see you back on soon.

Rebecca Clyde is the Co-Founder & CEO at

A LatinX entrepreneur making waves in the world of business, Rebecca previously served as Co-Founder of Ideas Collide and Co-Managing Director of Girls in Tech, Phoenix, and was recognized as one of the most influential women in Arizona in 2020 is a GenAI Chat Cloud solution for enterprise growth and engagement. enables businesses to engage people through helpful, relevant and personalized AI conversations that convert strangers into customers. Enterprises rely on’s end-to-end Generative AI Chat Cloud to rapidly find, retrieve and present information from across their enterprise data systems in order to engage visitors at all stages of the customer journey.

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