Next Decade of Mobile Experiences – Conversational Bots Driven by AI free on-demand webcast

Posted: May 31, 2018 in Cloud, Mobile
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Build and deploy mobile apps and intelligent chatbots that connect to any backend system – fast, secure and easy.

A few years ago, Oracle unveiled Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS), the first step in our ambitious mobile-first strategy. Right off the bat MCS enjoyed tremendous success, in some cases helping customers garner industry accolades for their mobile apps. Experts in the mobile app dev space sat up and took notice too: both Forrester and Gartner recognized MCS as an industry leader in very short order. Impressive? You bet. But it was only the beginning. Welcome to Oracle Mobile Cloud, Enterprise (OMCe), the new platform for building engaging experiences across all of your digital channels. Expand the power of those channels with the next giant leap in our evolution: intelligent bots backed by artificial intelligence (AI). And if that’s not enough, the new OMCe Analytics tools provide deep insights into user adoption, so you can steer customers toward the behavior you want. View On-Demand Webcast

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