iValue InfoSolutions has entered into partnership with Reverie Language Technologies. Since 2009, Reverie has been deeply associated mission of promoting “Language Equality on the Internet.” Integrating voice, video and text, they are driving languages led digital customer experience for BFSI, e-commerce, education, entertainment, automobile and the government to citizen touchpoints.
“The contact between humans and digital devices is growing as the adoption of digital transformation reaches an all-time high. In a multilingual country like India, language has always been a point of contention in communication. Reverie’s multilingual Chatbots provide a holistic language engagement experience for users throughout their digital journey, making internet adoption easier and faster for millions of Indians.” said Subodh Anchan, VP – Vendor Alliance at iValue InfoSolutions.
As a leading enabler, iValue has succeeded in forging strategic partnerships with the judicious mix of conventional and niche technology vendors to assist customers on their transformational journeys. With 6,000+ customers across verticals and 800+ global, national, regional, and local system integrators in 15+ locations across various continents, iValue has now become the fastest growing technology enabler. This resulted in iValue becoming the greatest option for businesses looking to sell their products and services.
Having worked with 140 logos, across 10+ verticals, Reverie is on a mission to be the platform of choice for both voice and text-based multilingual support, and to act as a catalyst to democratise digital businesses. Reverie’s language localization is contextual and domain specific.
“To serve Bharat in their preferred language it is mandatory that we build our apps and digital platforms which are Indian languages first. The language technologies should be deployed at an infrastructure level and not as an after-thought. I am excited with the strategic partnership between Reverie and iValue, this shall help us serve our partners and customers and promote development of inclusive multilingual applications,” said Braj Bhushan, Head Partner & Alliances, Reverie Language Technologies.