New Delhi, 11th January, 2017: With an aim to extend user interface convenience to consumers, Oxigen Wallet, today announced the launch of “Chat & Pay” a chatbot service. Powered by globally renowned personal assistant Niki’s artificial intelligence engine, Oxigen Wallet users will be able to pay for services like recharge or bill payments by simply chatting with Niki’s assistant within the Oxigen Wallet app. Chat & Pay service is currently available for Android users of Oxigen Wallet.
Niki is a digital chat-based artificial intelligence powered shopping assistant. Oxigen Wallet transactions with the help of Niki assistant will give Oxigen Wallet users a more personalised, enriching and interactive experience. Data has shown that consumers love to be talked to instead of just having few buttons to DIY. With new integration, users can perform actions in more interactive, conversational and intuitive manner.
On this establishment, Mr. Ankur Saxena, Vice Chairman and Joint Managing Director, Oxigen, said, “Introduction of Chat & Pay service is part of our continued effort to provide an enhanced experience to Oxigen users. With this strategic collaboration, both Oxigen and Niki are committed and invested to work on building a prominent product and deliver the finest services to our end users.”
Speaking on the association, Mr Shishir Modi, Co-founder, Niki.ai said, “The conversational experience of Niki is designed to provide the most natural and simple mode of transacting online. With Oxigen’s seamless and robust payment experience, we are combining Artificial Intelligence to provide users with an easy to navigate, search, select and pay option for the services within a single chat interface on the Oxigen App.”
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