Adobe today announced the acquisition of Sayspring, a user-friendly voice application platform that allows users to design, create, and create something like Alexa or Google Assistant. The company currently refuses to disclose the details of the acquisition. Sayspring was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in New York. It has 5 members.
Adobe is not currently clear how it will integrate Sayspring in the future. Adobe's flagship AI service, Sensei, has been on the market for more than a year and provides voice assistance for cloud-based applications such as Photoshop or Adobe Marketing Cloud. Currently Adobe has introduced more than 100 features and services for Sensei, including tracking the performance of voice applications or Adobe Analytics services.
An Adobe spokesperson said: "All members of the Sayspring team will join Adobe on Tuesday, April 17, and we will integrate into our existing product portfolio. Later we will announce more plans and Sayspring customers can continue to visit the platform. ”