Meet Emmie Your Virtual Assistant Created by Terranoha.
Who Is Emmie?
Emmie is tasked with providing day-to-day assistance to you by helping manage your customers and users’ requests in real time 7X24.
She digitizes inbound requests and turn them into FIX or REST messages in order to automate their processes.
What Can I Do With Emmie?
Emmie helps your clients’ complete various transactions such as RFQs in a fast and secure way. From creating an RFQ from a message, processing a deal, to providing reports, your Team has now a virtual team mate to handle clients’ requests.
Emmie can provide full support to your team to speed up administrative and repetitive tasks, and facilitate complex and time-consuming operations such as managing internal documents, send a post trade.
A Huge Time And Money Saver
What Are Emmie ‘s Advantages?
Emmie is a huge time and money saver. She handles thousand of requests in parallel and prevent human error, which significantly reduces costs.
This allows your team to shift their focus on operations that have greater added value and can increase margins on banking products.
Emmie is trained to answer in realtime. Users who are assisted by Emmie are able to find the information they need faster. She can automatically present new offers that may interest the customer.
Using Emmie makes moving between transactions seamless, which can increase customer engagement and the number of bank accounts opened.
Emmie is scalable and holds multiple conversations simultaneously. Not to mention that chatbots work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
This is a huge benefit because customers and users can get help whenever they need it, which significantly improves the overall experience.
Why Emmie Is Named Emmie?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amalie Emmy Noether was a German mathematician who made many important contributions to abstract algebra. She discovered Noether’s theorem, which is fundamental in mathematical physics. She invariably used the name “Emmy Noether” in her life and publications. She was described by Pavel Alexandrov, Albert Einstein, Jean Dieudonné, Hermann Weyl and Norbert Wiener as the most important woman in the history of mathematics.