Studio Carlton’s Alexa Skill Developers Create Engaging Voice Platforms for Professionals, Business Owners to Connect Customers with Products They Love and Services They Need!
Creating an Alexa Skill proceeds from a fusion of skills, knowledge, understanding and imagination.
Studio Carlton is a group of visionaries, experienced voice designers, producers and developers of Alexa Skills. We are passionate about creating first class digital content for ambitious companies and professionals to engage their audience on the innovative Amazon voice platform.
Together, we can build Alexa Skills with Seamless Integration of Technology for you to offer your audience a variety of abilities.
“To be competitive in business twenty years ago, you needed a website. Today Amazon Alexa Skills are an essential business tool that provides an opportunity to rise above all the noise of the digital world and engage your audience in a rich, interactive platform.”
– Victoria lynn Weston, Founder and President of Studio Carlton.
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Amazon Echo Devices work works because people like and trust Amazon.
Customers are using voice assistants to cue up music, set timers and get weather forecasts. And, they are also starting to use them to shop. It’s clear that consumer brands and retailers should take this technology seriously.
Voice assistant integration is the top smart-home trend at CES 2018.
We think VOICE is a big part of the future—we believe that voice will fundamentally improve the way people interact with technology because of its ability to make the complex simple.We’re seeing high engagement in areas like entertainment, food and drink, family, and more.
Retailers need their own “voice ecosystem” and that “brands should consider building in voice functionality, where appropriate, into their products and/or marketing strategies
Tide’s Alexa Skill, Stain Remover, for example, doles out advice for more than 200 types of stains. Campbell’s Kitchen helps consumers choose recipes and then helps guide the cooking process. Nestlé has rolled out a “GoodNes” skill, which pairs voice cooking instructions with an online guide. The company is building out a team of employees dedicated to conversational brand engagement.