Source: Business Insider
Companies are recognizing the need to jump on the voice app trend, but the costs can add up for small businesses. A new San Francisco-based startup Zammo claims to use artificial intelligence to build voice apps quickly and affordably, though. Zammo says it charges as little as $12 a month for smaller businesses, while big companies are paying up to $10,000 a year to use it. Click here for more BI Prime articles . There’s been a lot of buzz about voice technology, and with audio experts predicting conversational AI will soon blow up alongside smart speakers, companies are recognizing the need to get on board. But developing voice apps like Alexa skills can be costly and time-consuming, especially for small businesses. Zammo, a San Francisco-based startup that uses AI to build voice apps for clients, is looking to change that by charging as little as $12 a month for small brands to $200 a month for big clients, founder and CEO Alex Farr said. The company was incorporated in January 2019 but plans to officially launch on Jan. 15.