eConciliador

eConciliador (www.econciliador.com) is a global software company that provides a fully automated online negotiation platform that leverages Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to allow users to negotiate and settle legal claims, debt collection and other customer service disputes 24/7, 365 days of the year.


Overview

Status
CategoryOnline Dispute Resolution
HeadquartersPonte Vedra Beach, Florida & Sao Paulo, Brazil
Founded2014
Tagsonline dispute resolution, debt collection, customer service, odr, ai, machine learning, big data
Websitewww.econciliador.com
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