5 Reasons Why it's Time to Offer Your Customers More Digitally
As companies adapt to the digital lifestyles of their customers, they are increasingly seeking ways to deliver better digital service in real-time. While live web chat may have checked that box for many over the past couple of decades, as the world moves toward increasingly digital customer engagements, conventional chat is no longer enough! Today’s tech-savvy customers expect more from the companies they choose to do business with.
Modern consumers spend their days communicating with each other in a variety of digital channels from chat to voice and even video, so it is natural to want businesses to engage with them that way too. Companies should rethink standalone chat as a central part of a bigger Digital Customer Service (DCS) strategy that focuses on context and seamless customer experiences. How can customers move from chat to OnScreen voice and video with little effort? Can organizations offer a continuous customer experience rather than breaking the digital connection?
Request the white paper to read the reasons why standalone chat is not enough:
- Chat is no longer a differentiator
- Chat has its limits
- Chat lacks valuable context
- The rise of chatbots
- See chat as a starting point for better performance
You can expand beyond chat with Digital Customer Service. Request our white paper to learn more.