The biggest difference between Nashville Voice Conference 2019 and Nashville Voice Conference 2020 is the ability for business owners and marketers to author their own Voice Apps without coding and deploy them directly to Alexa and Google Assistant.
“That capability was so new a year ago, that we didn’t cover it at last year’s conference. Voiceflow has been a game-changer for VUI designers and developers and Voice Agencies like Data Driven Design that build Alexa Skills and Google Actions for clients,” said Paul Hickey, founder of Nashville Voice Conference and CEO of Data Driven Design. “We’re hosting a Voiceflow workshop at this year’s Nashville Voice Conference, where all attendees will be able to learn how to collaboratively design, prototype and build Alexa Skills and Google Actions without coding.”
“Voice is the future, and businesses that are leveraging voice are getting ahead of the game,” said Braden Ream, CEO of Voiceflow. “Working with Data Driven Design, we’ve seen the power that voice has over empowering businesses, and are excited to participate and get involved with Nashville Voice Conference.”
Leading the trip from Toronto (where Voiceflow is headquartered), will be Emily Lonetto, head of growth.
“It’s rare you find yourself on the cusp of a new interface, and that’s exactly what’s happening here with voice,” said Lonetto. “Nashville Voice Conference and Data Driven Design are some of the best in class when it comes to voice design. Any business that’s looking to get more out of voice should definitely try to make it out.”