Georgia-based Travel Incorporated expects later this month to publish its voice-response assistant on Amazon's Alexa Skills store. The product remained in the design stage for nearly two years as the travel management company learned how users interacted. Some other providers that built natural language technology reported tepid interest.
It was an interactive storyboard concept that solved some of Travel Incorporated's concerns about user experience following client tests. The storyboard displays the results of voiced data queries in widgets that show chosen reports. Examples . . .