Corezoid Announces Platform for Developing and Managing Messenger Bots
Friday, September 23, 2016
Corezoid just launched new messenger bot capabilities designed for the development, management, and deployment of powerful bots across popular messenger services. Corezoid’s process engine offers businesses a true digital core capable of serving as a cloud-based back-end – one that can rapidly and efficiently handle all of a company’s business processes and integrate functionality between core systems. The advantages of Corezoid’s messenger bot platform are rooted in this digital core technology, enabling bots created using Corezoid to access and make use of the full breadth of a company’s data and systems.
Looking at where companies will choose to publish and deploy their bots, the messenger landscape today is deeply fragmented, with as many as 100 separate messenger platforms enjoying significant popularity. To simplify deployment for developers, Corezoid features one-click integrations for deploying a single bot to all of the most popular messaging services, including Facebook Messenger, Twitter, Slack, Kik, Telegram, Twilio and more. Similarly, Corezoid makes it easy to quickly and natively perform integrations with hundreds of popular apps, connecting a messenger bot to access apps like Facebook, Google Sheets, Gmail, Trello, Calendar, MailChimp and many others.
Many existing bot platforms operate as a separate layer over a company’s back-end, with limited access to business systems and resources. In contrast, using the Corezoid platform, messenger bots can offer responses to users’ commands in real-time and easily connect to internal or external services as needed. Corezoid’s event-driven architecture – and use of asynchronous interactions via webhooks – makes it simple to prepare bots to respond to a multitude of scenarios.
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