Virtual calling assistant solutions developing company Smith.ai launches the world’s first AI-powered client-controlled solution for complex outbound calling campaigns.
The newly launched solutions will allow customers of Smith.ai to create, schedule, and monitor outreach campaigns according to their own specific requirements at ease. The solution is now capable of making calls to others sent to them by the customers through spreadsheets or Smith.ai’s outbound API.
The artificial intelligence-powered calling system would help companies automate various processes, including routine calls to existing clients, lead follow-ups, payment requests, review requests, and many more. All these activities can be performed for a single time or can be set as recurring tasks depending upon the needs of customers.
Aaron Winston from Express Legal Funding, a customer of Smith.ai, said, “Smith.ai has been a game-changer for us. They expertly handle the outbound calls to individuals who complete an online application on our website. They took the time to really learn about our company and its services, so we have total confidence when they do outreach on our behalf.” He further added that Smith.ai has become an integral part of their business and has turned out to be a way more than a worthwhile investment for them.
San Francisco-based artificial intelligence solutions providing firm Smith.ai was founded by Aaron Lee and Justin Maxwell in 2015. The company specializes in developing virtual receptionists that can perform multiple tasks like accepting payments, intake clients, scheduling appointments, and many others. To date, Smith.ai has raised $7 million from investors like NFX and Fabio Rosati. Smith.ai’s platform comes with out-of-the-box support for integration with various popular applications like Salesforce, Slack, Hubspot, Zapier, and numerous others.
Co-founder and CEO of Smith.ai, Aaron Lee, said, “We’re democratizing access to cutting-edge products and services that equip small and mid-sized business owners to more effectively compete.”