Customer service and the customer experience are integral to the success of any business. Neither of which are an easy task. One way to keep customer satisfaction high and to help take some pressure off of customer support teams is to implement asynchronous messaging into customer service practices.
More and more customers prefer self-service over having to engage with a company’s support team. Support-seekers often think of self-service as the fasted method to resolve their issue. No waiting in a queue, no explaining the problem, just searching for the results and following along. Having this information readily available for customers can greatly reduce customer support tickets.
Not all meetings need to happen synchronously.
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