PullString Empowers Everyone to Build Voice Applications

February 27 16:00 2018 Print This Article

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PullString, Inc. today announced a major update to PullString Converse, the leading software solution to enable creative and digital professionals to rapidly design, prototype, publish their skills on the Alexa platform. Converse gives the more than 200M+ knowledge workers across the globe the ability to design and deploy voice applications to Amazon Alexa with no technical knowledge.

Personalized Interactions at Scale

With PullString Converse, brands and agencies can now craft voice experiences for Amazon Alexa that surface unique content for each individual user. Converse supports conversational memory, remembering preferences and responses shared in prior sessions, to deliver interactive and personalized conversations to promote engagement. A consumer can start a conversation with a voice app, and then return later that day, week, or even months later, to pick back up where they left off. 

“PullString Converse draws on our years of machine learning and artificial intelligence experience to empower non-technical users within Brands and Agencies to design and build the most engaging voice applications in market,” said Martin Reddy, CTO and cofounder of PullString. “We are excited to further the field of conversation with the technology around us.”

Enrich Conversations with Dynamic Content

PullString Converse now supports dynamic conversational content to keep users engaged and coming back.  Organizations can integrate customer relationship management, employee resource planning, or content management system data into the context of voice applications. Digital marketers can capture lead flow through voice applications and consumer activation.  Customer Support teams can provide voice-enabled access to support and account information with computer conversation instead of call centers. The use cases are endless with more than 1000+ integrations available at launch.

Create Rich Experiences with Custom Audio

PullString Converse also adds support for seamless custom audio support.  Brands and agencies can create rich, interactive voice experiences through use of custom audio and soundscapes.  PullString Converse handles the management of these assets automatically, and provides instant access to these audio capabilities anywhere within the conversational flow.

With this release, PullString Converse furthers its mission of empowering organizations to design and deploy the most expressive voice applications through the use of personalization. This brings compensation opportunities to all the developers and creative professionals who have invested in and built Alexa Skills for the Amazon ecosystem.


PullString Converse is immediately available. Organizations that want to get started now on creating engaging voice applications can sign-up today at pullstring.com.

About PullString, Inc.

At PullString, we strive to help people talk effortlessly with the technology that surrounds us.

Working at the intersection of creative expression and artificial intelligence, PullString Converse empowers brands and agencies with the leading solution for designing, prototyping, and publishing highly engaging voice applications for Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and IoT devices. Organizations such as Activision, Mattel, and Samsung have benefited from the millions of engaging conversations powered by PullString.

PullString is based in San Francisco, CA, and is backed by leading firms including Greylock Partners, Charles River Ventures, Khosla Ventures, True Ventures, and First Round Capital.

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