Today, Google approved a new version of our popular voice assistant for pet owners – Doctor Pooch – which is now generally available on Google Assistant. With this upgrade, cat owners will now be able to use their Google Assistant to ask Doctor Pooch if its safe for cats to eat a food item or have a drink. For example, if you want to know if your feline friends can have milk simply enable this action and say – Hey Google, ask Doctor Pooch if cats can drink milk?Continue reading “Doctor Pooch Now Supports Cat Food Answers On Google Assistant!”
A new version of our popular Alexa skill – Doctor Pooch – got approved by Amazon today. Cat owners have been asking us for some time to extend Doctor Pooch for cats. We are elated to announce that with this version we have precisely done so. Just like for dogs, Doctor Pooch can now answer if it is safe to feed your cats certain foods. Simply enable the Doctor Pooch skill on your Amazon Alexa device and talk to it every time you have a question around food safety. For example, to find if its safe to feed bananas to cats, simply say – Alexa, ask Doctor Pooch if cats can have bananas?.Continue reading “‘Doctor Pooch’ now available for Cats!”
San Francisco, CA: Today, DILLI LABS announced that it has been selected by City of Henderson, Nevada, USA through a competitive process to participate in its 2019 Startup in Residence (STIR) program. Nearly 700 startups competed for a chance to work with 22 governments for the opportunity to secure a contract. The selected startups will volunteer their time with government agencies over 16-weeks to tackle civic challenges with new technology tools and services with an objective to enter into a contract with the government agency at the end of the residency.Continue reading “City of Henderson selects Dilli Labs to develop Amazon Alexa Voice Assistants”
Over the weekend, we had the opportunity to participate in a developer event organized by Intuit to devise a solution to help small businesses. We teamed up with Mr. Jeff Chen – a friend and a small business owner – and Ms. Puja M. Hari to make it easy for businesses to perform a physical inventory. We wrote an Action for Google Assistant named ‘Inventory Manager’ that helps update the quantity on hand for an item in Quickbooks via voice.
Physical inventory is the process of updating the quantities of inventory items in QuickBooks after doing a physical count in the store. During this time, store owners go from aisle to aisle counting items and recording the count. Traditionally, this is done using a sheet of paper where updated counts are recorded. The updated quantity on hand for each item is then transferred to Quickbooks manually. This is both time consuming and cumbersome. Here is a sample of the Physical Inventory Worksheet that typically needs to be filled :
There are mobile scanners such as in the image below that can assist in scanning and recording the inventory count but they don’t work for products without bar code.
Inventory Manager is an action for Google Assistant that helps with the following:
- Instantly get current item count via voice
- Instantly set item count via voice.
- Instantly get notified if the item is running low.
Our special thanks to Jeff and Puja for their help in this project. If you like this idea and would like to invest in making it a product contact us here.Here are some photos from the hack: