Just in time for allergy season, allergy medicine company Zyrtec has launched an Alexa skill that shares the daily pollen count for the user’s location.
Ford is now building cars with Amazon Alexa integration. Huawei is doing the same with its smart phones. And now, developers are building homes with Amazon Alexa ready to assist you when you move in.
Last December, NoHold introduced SICURA QuickStart, a product to help small businesses create chatbots from structured texts, like a Word document. Now NoHold is looking to do the same for Alexa skills.
Yesterday, Google announced that a dozen new companies now offer integrations with its Google Home device through the Google Assistant.
Amazon’s Alexa is primarily viewed as a voice assistant for the home, but B2B companies like Teem are starting to recognize that she can also be useful in the work place.