Successful serial entrepreneur, published author, international speaker and business coach signs on to provide strategic guidance
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Sept 12, 2017 – Botanic Technologies, Inc. today announced that Nathan Shedroff has signed on as a strategic advisor to the fast-growing startup.
Botanic Technologies, based in Silicon Valley, is in the business of helping companies get the true value of artificial intelligence (AI) by providing conversational interfaces to AI. Nathan brings his extensive successful startup, user interface, and business expertise to help shape company growth.
“I have been fortunate enough to know Nathan for years and experience his wisdom, knowledge and energy to create businesses that are profitable, sustainable, ethical and meaningful,” says Mark Stephen Meadows, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Botanic Technologies. “His ground-breaking thinking will help inform and guide us as we grow this innovative technology.”
“I’ve always been an advocate of advanced interfaces and a proponent of careful use of anthropomorphic systems,” shares Nathan. “I’m excited to be a part of an innovative organization of such exceptional people doing such revolutionary work. This is the future, right here.”
For more information on Botanic Technologies solutions, visit botanic.io.
About Botanic Technologies
Botanic Technologies provides companies with trusted multi-modal conversational interfaces to AI, enabling personalized interactions with individual customers at scale. Botanic’s unique approach puts the ability to create, deploy and maintain these interfaces directly into the hands of our customers, guided as needed, and supported by the deep expertise of the Botanic staff. These interfaces can be text (chatbots), voice (virtual assistants), or online characters (avatars). In all cases, and by any mode, the personality is consistent, allowing for high-touch personal interactions with low cost.
Botanic holds 9 patents and patents-pending, including a patent on voice-to-Blockchain bridge. Customers include Microsoft, Logitech, Sense.ly, Monash University and more. Use cases include conversational interfaces that help women with breast cancer find financial resources, help children with social anxiety, provide job interview coaching, help people find jobs, and more.
Botanic Technologies, Inc.