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Digital Air Strike Expands Global Reach

September 27, 2018

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Digital engagement provider Digital Air Strike now offers its award-winning, AI-powered intelligent messaging technology, Response Path, in 12 countries outside the U.S. and has doubled its client count in Canada, the company announced.

Digital Air Strike recently became a member of the Motor Dealers’ Association of Canada and will be attending the Western Canadian Dealer Summit Nov. 1–3 in Las Vegas. Canadian dealerships are using Response Path to connect with consumers on social media, sell vehicles on Facebook Marketplace, and engage consumers 24/7 on all platforms including their website, Facebook Messenger, and via text message, according to Alexi Venneri, Digital Air Strike’s co-founder and CEO.

“We are excited to be partnering with so many other dealerships in Canada,” Venneri said. “It’s great that our solutions are providing such tremendous value for thousands of dealerships and businesses in North America. Our AI intelligent messaging solution adapts to different languages and communication styles and is truly helping businesses worldwide provide better customer service while also streamlining their operations.”

Digital Air Strike’s AI-powered intelligent messaging solution, Response Path, is also used by businesses in the United States, Canada, Barbados, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Philippines, United Kingdom, Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and the United Arab Emirates.

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