This FAQs page is aimed at existing Satori and Roshi clients and their users, or those who want to get a bit more of a feel for how these two similar AI-powered chatbots work in a live deployment situation. If you’re thinking about purchasing one of these apps, you can find out more here.
What is Satori?
Satori is a conversational interface for SAP Ariba that uses the Slack chat interface to make it easier for users to access SAP Ariba data and reports. It’s powered by the SAP Ariba Network API Library and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
What is Roshi?
Roshi is a conversational interface for SAP Ariba that uses the Microsoft Teams chat interface to make it easier for users to access SAP Ariba data and reports. It’s powered by the SAP Ariba API Network API Library and Microsoft Azure.
What is the difference between Satori and Roshi?
Satori is for Slack / AWS oriented workplaces, and Roshi is for Microsoft Teams / Microsoft Azure oriented workplaces. Ultimately their power comes from the SAP Ariba Network API Library, which is the same for users of either platform.
Help with using Satori:
If you know how to use Slack, then you are already most of the way towards being able to use Satori. While the commands available to you will vary depending on which APIs your organisation has chosen to use with Satori, you will be able to call up a list of available commands in the same manner as you would for any other Slack add-on or app.
Help with using Roshi:
If you know how to use Microsoft Teams, then you are already most of the way towards being able to use Roshi. The commands available to you will vary depending on your organisation’s choice of APIs. However, you will be able to call up a list of those commands by clicking on the tooltip menu that appears above the chat box when you highlight it.
Support for Satori and Roshi
Either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us via the support number provided in the about section of your Satori or Roshi deployment.