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Facebook testing new service in its Messenger, called “Moneypenny” – the name of the secretary of James Bond. According to a information, Moneypenny is not a virtual assistant such as Microsoft Cortana or Apple Siri, will me more service that connects users with “real people” to help them “find and order products and services.”

This description suggests that Moneypenny is a service similar to a traditional concierge system – recent form personal digital assistants. Many companies are focused in this area, including Magic, a startup in the US, which connects consumers with “trained operators” through text messages, allowing them to order a takeaway, make reservations of flights and others. Other rivals include Operator (project managed by one of the founders of Uber and former CEO of Zynga) and GoButler (clone of Magic, but internationally).

It is not clear how the service is developed Moneypenny or when it will start. According to sources of The Information Service is tested internally by employees of the social network. Facebook to connect users with “real people” will probably bring less trouble than building a virtual assistant from scratch.

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