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Alexa Ball

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Austin and Dallas, Texas,

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OUR STORY

Conversable is a conversational intelligence platform. We power the intersection of AI with messaging and voice. Our AI-driven platform helps brands reach their customers with automated experiences on all major messaging and voice applications. Global brands trust our technology to enable conversational commerce, resolve common customer requests, and deliver content on-demand to reach their customers where they are.

Conversable was founded by Andrew Busey and Ben Lamm. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with additional offices in Dallas. To learn more, please visit www.conversable.com.

FEATURED NEWS

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GigaOm

How to Not Squander Your AI Investments

Ben Lamm – December 14th, 2017

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MarTech Series

‘When Will Bots Have Their ‘Mobile Moment’?

Ben Lamm – December 7th, 2017

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TechCrunch

GM launches Marketplace for in-car shopping and reservations

Darrell Etherington – December 5th, 2017

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mobilemarketer.com

7-Eleven boosts convenience with new Messenger chatbot

Robert Williams – November 16th, 2017

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adweek.com

7-Eleven Launches Facebook Messenger Chatbot

Brandy Shaul – November 16th, 2017

OUR TEAM

Ben

Ben Lamm

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

As the founder and CEO behind Chaotic Moon Studios, a global creative technology powerhouse (acquired by Accenture), Lamm spearheaded the creation of some of Fortune 500’s most groundbreaking digital products and experiences in the emerging tech world of IoT, VR, Connected Car, Mobile, Tablet, OTT, and Wearables. Chaotic Moon Studios clients include Disney, Marvel, Pizza Hut, Dell, Starbucks, CBS, Intel, Whole Foods, WWE, BET, Microsoft, Newscorp, Caesars Palace, GM, Univision, Fox, and many more.

Andrew

Andrew Busey

Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer

Andrew has been an integral part in many foundational internet developments including inventing web-based chat and chat with a customer service rep. He has been granted over 22 Internet-related patents. Over the past twenty years, Andrew has pioneered some of the industry’s most important web technologies – including work on Mosaic, the first web browser (now part of Microsoft Internet Explorer); creating iChat, the first web-based chat system and one of the first instant messaging applications; and building WebCenter, the first major web-based customer service technology (now part of Avaya).