Slack is the place your team goes to get things done. Since your dronzebot is part of your team it deserves to be there too. This gives you the power to interact with your entire DevOps environment as though it was a member of your team.
At dronze, we believe that gaining insights on what works and what doesn't should be easy. As you interact with your dronzebot it records its activities and records what you think works and what doesn't. Actually, its how your robot learns. This "learning journal" then becomes valuable information you can use to report and communicate with others.
Our philosiphy at Dronze is that once your bot has learned how you work you should be able to have it do anything you need in your operations. That's why we have seperated learning from doing. That means that anything that can be automated by an API can become actions taken your dronzebot, and we have made it easy to create custom Docker based "doers" with our APIs and cookbooks.