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Published By: Velaro     Published Date: May 06, 2014
Did you know that those who respond to a proactive online chat invitation are 6 times more likely to buy than the average website visitor? Download this paper for practical advice on using proactive chat to increase sales online sales and customer satisfaction.
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live chat, live chat software, proactive live chat, online sales conversions, ecommerce, online customer experience, customer support productivity, online sales
    
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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Feb 27, 2018
The North Face rigorously tested several providers and quickly realized that Bold360 hit all the marks. After the initial implementation, The North Face entered into a 3-month professional services engagement to take their chat strategy to the next level. The Bold360 professional services team helped The North Face implement strategic new chat features and tactics, including adaptive canned messages, proactive chat, dual monitors and layered chat, and provided additional development support as needed. To maximize the impact of its chat strategy, The North Face also created an 11-person core chat team, with reps chosen for their skills and product knowledge. Empowered with the capabilities of Bold360, these dedicated agents can now provide truly in-depth product support.
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north face, online, customer, products, engagement, professional
    
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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Jan 15, 2014
Today’s consumer is almost ambivalent when it comes to customer service channels; this generation of shoppers simply wants service their way. Take a look at the 2013 survey of internet shoppers.
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logmein, live chat, e-tailing, multichannel communications, live chat best practices, channel usage, channel satisfaction, chat frequency
    
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Published By: LogMeIn Rescue     Published Date: Oct 21, 2013
Customer service has evolved from a reactive activity viewed largely as a cost center-based tactical necessity, to a proactive management task that can in many ways set a company apart from the competition. At the same time, the channels by which customers receive support are growing and fragmenting very rapidly. The telephone is still the primary mode of support, but is steadily declining as text, social media, chat, knowledge bases, email and online communities provide new avenues for customers to get the help they need. Some organizations are embracing this evolution by implementing technologies that enable them to interact with customers regardless of the channel or the device they’re using. This approach not only improves customer service, but also boosts the brand image and helps companies achieve broader business goals.
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logmein, infoworld, customer service, customer support, support, support strategy, social media, mobile support
    
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Published By: Art Technology Group, Inc     Published Date: Feb 02, 2009
Written by: Forrester Research and Sponsored by:  Art Technology Group, Inc. In this economic climate, no one can afford to lose a customer. Rather than halting spending, smart customer service executives will use this economic downturn as an opportunity to regroup and reprioritize. What should they focus on?
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art technology group, importance of customer service, necessity of customer service, customer retention, proactive chat, agent-customer co-browsing, online customer communities, unified communications
    
Art Technology Group, Inc
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