Amazon Alexa builds an enormous developer ecosystem in India

Amazon popular voice Assistant device Alexa has now ended up with the 40000 developed in Indian only and 20000 plus skills as the America giant which is raced to capture the smart speaker in the entire country.

Moreover, the Jeff Bezos the company is now making any of the stone unturned to gain some of the more attention of the developers and companies and also to retain its lead over with some of the Apple and Google smart products, which are as of now gaining lots of footholds in the market.

Amazon is also working ton to build up a base of voice developers across the globe, and moreover in some of the smaller cities and towns, to develop with some of the Alexa skills with a local touch and personalize it with respect to the Indian users.

India as of now comes on the fourth number in which the voice Assistant Alexa was launched in the October 2017, after the US< Germany and UK. Amazon is also working to be a part of the product offerings of the e-commerce, music, cloud, and entertainment.

“We want Alexa to be everywhere. We want anybody, through a voice command, to do any task. Alexa’s engineering team builds alarms and shopping lists, but a lot of customer experiences can be built by developers. We don’t want to restrict Alexa skills building to only Amazon,” said Dilip RS, country manager for Alexa skills, Amazon India.

To simply end up with this, Amazon also has its entire business development teams that connect with the teams, companies that work in the developer ecosystem and solution architects to help the companies and developers build the skills that can simply be used with the Alexa.


Written by Udit Agarwal

Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies,

Udit can be reached at [email protected]

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