Your customers hate inaccurate answers.
That's why we developed Gleen AI, a generative AI/ML system that works in conjunction with GPT-4 to maximize the accuracy and relevance of all generative AI responses.
Your customers need prompt action, not just idle chit‑chat.
Gleen Action Bots can be configured to perform practically any action on behalf of your customer, all within the context of the same generative AI conversation.
Don't have a comprehensive knowledge base or extensive FAQ? No problem.
Gleen AI can easily gather knowledge from disparate sources, like your help desk answers, community discussion boards, and product data sheets. Updating Gleen AI's knowledge in takes one click.
"Our community members love interacting with Gleen AI. It's decreased our average response time by 2 orders of magnitude, and the number of unanswered questions has decreased by more than 70%."
Community Manager, Matter Labs
"The Gleen AI chatbot has really been a game changer. With Gleen, successfully supporting our customer isn't a bottleneck to scaling the business. It's a huge weight off our shoulders"
DIMO COO & Co-Founder
"Gleen has enabled OKX Chain to automate developer support. With Gleen, we were able to engage, empower and reward our developer community with ease to offer better and quicker support."
Head of Community, OKC
Really cool to have the ability to read screenshots of code. That is actually amazing.
This is really great. The bot's answers are very accurate.
This is the best auto answer bot I've ever used.
Highly recommend these guys!
This robot is really cool.
@DIMO_Network's Discord is where I learned about @gleenai and fell in love!
Gleen AI can crawl multiple sources of your company's knowledge in as little as 2 hours.
Deploy the Gleen AI on your support channels, and/or integrate Gleen AI with your help desk solution.
Monitor consumer feedback and documentation inconsistencies in Gleen AI, and continue to update knowledge as your company evolves.
Sep 10, 2023
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