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One of the world's largest conversational AI platforms

One of the world's largest conversational AI platforms

Haptik is one of the world’s largest Conversational AI companies reaching over 100 million devices monthly. The platform has processed over two billion interactions till date across chat and voice bots, for enterprise solutions and direct to consumer apps.
We has been at the forefront of the paradigm shift of interaction from clicks to conversations, having built a robust set of technology and tools that enable any type of conversational application.
With a 100-member strong team that is set to double in the coming year, Haptik is truly poised to lead the Conversational AI revolution with some of the best minds in the industry.

What We’re Building
Haptik is one of the world’s largest Conversational AI companies. We help enterprises leverage the power of AI to automate critical business processes and improve the overall customer experience for use cases like Customer Service, Lead Generation and User Engagement.
Haptik has been the recipient of several industry accolades, including the
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Latest Stories and News

India launches WhatsApp chatbot to create awareness about coronavirus

  • TechCrunch
  • 2 months ago
  • India is turning to WhatsApp, the most popular app in the country, to create awareness about the coronavirus pandemic and has urged social media services to tackle the spread of misinformation on their platforms.
  • Narendra Modi, India’s Prime Minister, said on Saturday that citizens in the country can text a WhatsApp bot — called MyGov Corona Helpdesk — to get instant authoritative answers to their coronavirus queries such as the symptoms of the viral disease and how they could seek help.
India launches WhatsApp chatbot to create awareness about coronavirus

As exit scene evolves, Indian tech startups find local buyers

  • https://www.livemint.com
  • 3 months ago

Big deals like Walmart's $16 billion acquisition of Flipkart in 2018 are as rare as the Comet Halley. Last year's biggest acquisition was of Yatra by Ebix for $338 million. Most deals are much smaller. Data tracker Tracxn puts the median value of startup acquisitions last year at $20 million, taking into account only the ones where the acquisition price was disclosed.

As exit scene evolves, Indian tech startups find local buyers
Co-Founder/CTO @Haptik, previously at @Radius and @Accenture. Computer Engineer @University of Illinois, Urbana, Champaign
Co-Founder & CEO @Haptik | Co-Founder & Investor @Flat.to | Early at @Flurry, built global revenue ops and India team
Total raised

$12.2M

Funded over

2 rounds

Latest round

Series B (Apr 2016)