My invocation name is 'Aisle Wise'. Alexa, more often than not, interprets this as 'I'll Wise', and the request does not get forwarded to my skill. (I have lost a lot of users because of this.) To remedy, I have recently submitted a duplicate skill to listen for "I'll wise".
Is there any plan to include a homonym list with the invocation name? I shouldn't have to do this hack and publish multiple skills to cover what is clearly a lack of proper coding in Alexa's skill identification algorithm.
(An easy solution for your coders: let users identify homonyms, and then during certification, approve or disapprove of the homonym. Then during skill identification, if it's a failure to match, do a quick check to see if any of the words are in the homonyms list collection made up of certified homonyms, and check again, and eureka, find the skill match!)
I recently did a search on Alexa and homonyms and several articles came up about phishing and that the lack of homonym handling is a security issue.