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m for banking, financial services, and insurance. Sentimer platform incorporate AI, analytics, and tools to enable clients to create, improve, and control outstanding user interactions. The AI platform’s features include:

  • Real-Time UX Monitoring

  • Interaction Personalization

  • Hypertargeted offerings

  • Natural Language

Clients can turn every user interaction with the chatbot into valuable learnings with Sentimer machine learning algorithms; improve gradually the quality of personalization features and recommendations and ramp-up new bots faster.

Sentimer is one of the startups selected for the Autumn Cohort of YES FINTECH Accelerator (YFA). YES BANK, India’s fifth-largest private sector bank, has been a pioneer of several key technology innovations since its inception in 2004. Continuing to be at the forefront of technology innovation and endeavors, YES BANK, along with MEDICI (formerly Let’s Talk Payments – LTP) and PwC India, opened applications to select startups for the Autumn 2018 cohort of YES FINTECH Accelerator.

A total of seven startups have been selected for the Autumn Cohort 2018, gaining an opportunity to get access to funding of $1 million – all without any upfront equity commitment. YES FINTECH Accelerator gives startups an unencumbered opportunity to innovate with the bank and leverage access to VCs, technology, and 20+ global markets through its ecosystem partners.

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MEDICI: Jose, can you please tell us what Setnimer is all about?

Jose Gomez: Sentimer Technologies is an AI company for customer acquisition, cross-selling and customer support for banking and financial services, insurance, retail and utilities. Our clients in these sectors use our voice-powered virtual advisors in marketing, sales or

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currensceneFLOGO WHTsquareThough not the oldest form of currency, some form of shell money appears to have been found on almost every continent. The shell most widely used worldwide as currency was the shell of Cypraea moneta, the money cowry.

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