Customer Service: Are Chatbots Better Than Human Agents?

Are chatbots better than people at scaled communication?

This question has a myriad of objective truths hidden behind it. We’re all witnessing the wave of automation in customer service. Industry leaders are now forecasting advanced AI-powered responsive chatbots to take over at scale like never before. Gartner suggests that 47% of organizations will use chatbots for customer care and 40% will deploy virtual customer assistants(VCAs).

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How to Deal with Difficult Customers: 5 Tips

Good customer service is what differentiates a company from its rivals.

Anyone working in customer service would understand that no matter how much time you spend in delivering good customer service, you can’t please everyone every time. Sooner or later, support agents will have to deal with difficult customers. Whether it’s a customer with some outlandish demand or an otherwise rational customer who happens to be having a bad day, your skills are put to test. And it’s time to pass the test with flying colors.

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3 Reasons Omnichannel Contact Centers Are the Future

Ensuring a seamless customer experience is the ultimate goal of any consumer-facing brand.
Customers usually get frustrated with broken lines of communication, or a generic Interactive Voice Response(IVR) messages. That’s why brands are investing in better artificial intelligence(AI) and natural language processing(NLP) capabilities to ensure that customers feel like their issues are being understood.

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How ThinkOwl Delivers a Superior Customer Experience with Guided Mode

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COVID19: How support teams can navigate the impact — now and in future

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Outlook or ThinkOwl: know the difference

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Bye Paper, Hello Future: Customer Service with fileee Conversations

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