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Storbie adds 'virtual nurse' for vets

Henry Burrell
Tue, 23 Mar 2021

Henry Burrell
Tue, 23 Mar 2021
E-commerce platform Storbie says its tech can now be used by veterinary practices to improve the functionality of online chatbots.The inventory management firm has partnered with Vet Chat, whose artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot product Virtual Vet Nurse is designed to answer customers’ veterinary queries.Building on its recent move into the veterinary industry, Storbie chief executive Shane Bartle said the additional functionality links a chatbot to the real-time inventory of a vet's Storbie-built website.“Veterinary practic...

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