Sebastian Reeve
In his current role at Nuance as EMEA Director of Product Management and Marketing, he is responsible for defining and evangelizing the Nuance customer care proposition across Europe, the Middle-East and Africa – sharing how companies can create extraordinary automated experiences which their customers actively choose to use rather than simply tolerate and complain about.

Sebastian Reeve’s stories

Nuance and Australia’s IAG virtual assistant ‘Arlo the Koala’ wins APAC Stevie® Award

This week, Nuance took home another Stevie® Award, this time in the APAC region for our Innovative Use of Technology in Customer Service within the financial services industries for ‘Arlo’, Australian insurer NRMA’s virtual assistant. More than 100 executives around the world judged over 1,000 nominations from APAC organizations in the seventh annual Asia-Pacific Stevie® […]

How KPN’s service-focused digital transformation project redefined its contact center

It’s the classic question in customer service: how do you turn the contact center from a necessary yet expensive part of your organization into a source of value and exceptional customer experiences? As part of our Creating Compelling Customer Conversations series, I recently caught up with Mark Wessel, Product Owner for Conversational at KPN, to […]

Cabify launches versatile virtual assistant to create a new customer experience

As one of Spain’s biggest startup success stories, Cabify is rapidly becoming the go-to ride-hailing service for people in cities across Spain and Latin America. Cabify offers taxis, executive cars, electric scooters, and even helicopters for hire through its mobile app. In the last few weeks, the company has also introduced delivery services to help […]

Creating compelling customer conversations: a virtual event series

COVID-19 has created unprecedented challenges for every industry, and all organisations have felt the impact in one way or another. For many companies, it’s forced them to change their business models. Retailers have had to close their physical stores and place a new focus on ecommerce, and telcos are finding ways to handle higher contact […]