The new tools include:
- Enhancements to its AI Assistant, which include the ability to source information from customers’ Content Libraries, in addition to publicly available sources;
- Deeper content management automation to help prevent and remove redundant, obsolete and trivial content; and
- A broadened profile center that can now share web-based information profiles as public Trust Centers, in addition to offering invitation-only information profiles.
“Responsive prioritizes a customer-driven product roadmap, and we deeply appreciate the consistent input that our customers share, which helps us build meaningful and powerful tools,” said AJ Sunder, CPO and CIO at Responsive, in a statement. “We are particularly excited about the rapid adoption of capabilities like our AI Assistant, and we look forward to the progress customers will make with today’s enhancements to our AI, automation and privacy offerings.”