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Vonage acquires conversational commerce startup Jumper
Oct 19, 2021 | Venture Beat
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Vonage today announced that it acquired Jumper.ai, a Singapore-based, AI-powered conversational commerce platform, for an undisclosed sum. Vonage says that Jumper’s team will join its product and engineering group based in Singapore as the company incorporates Jumper’s technology to complement its existing portfolio of APIs with a packaged, AI-driven offering.

“The addition of Jumper’s conversational commerce and omnichannel capabilities fits perfectly into Vonage’s strategy and is a natural extension of Vonage’s offerings. It transforms customer interactions from notifications and simple communications to conversations across the spectrum of customer engagement points,” Vonage CEO Rory Read said in a press release. “With conversational commerce capabilities, we are meeting new and existing customer needs now and are positioned to continue to meet their evolving needs well into the future, providing businesses with embedded commerce capabilities to simplify the way they serve, connect with, and sell to their own customers from anywhere, on any channel.”

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