Live chat is five times more effective than traditional customer service channels, it is easily personalised, and it can be applied at any stage of the customer journey. You might wonder how exactly this is done? Let’s have a look at how to implement live chat throughout the journey.
As a business owner faster lead generation, efficiency and saving both time and money should sound interesting, right? Many people associate live chat with the B2C sector and e-shops, a chat window that pops up, available for questions and complaints. That definitely is one purpose of live chat, but it can be a whole lot more; it can be a lead generator, a goal measurer and a targeting marketing solution.
You should keep in mind that the generations who grew up with phones in their hands are the business leaders of tomorrow and expect to have an answer within minutes after sending a request. Calling back a week later won’t necessarily make the impression you were looking for, be there or be square.
A report released by the Finnish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment states that 15% of today’s jobs will be replaced by Artificial Intelligence (AI). At giosg, we actually think the percentage will be a whole lot higher. However, new jobs will emerge and with AI taking over your everyday tasks, you'll have more time to innovate or do whatever it is that you like to do. The term Artificial intelligence frightens some and fascinates others, this is no surprise since we naturally fear the unknown.
If you take a quick look at your online sales, what do you see? Have you got a successful digital business model generating all the leads and sales you need? Or maybe you have not yet got the results you expected? Whatever your situation, we are confident that the model we propose below will add significant value to your digital business and considerably improve customer experience.