What are chat bots?
Chat bots are automated online software programs that are designed to simulate conversation with human users or perform tasks.
Chat bots can be built for web sites or apps and accessed through smartphones, desktops and tablets. They can also be used as a part of instant messaging platforms like Facebook Messenger, WeChat and Kik for varied purposes - B2C marketing, customer service, commerce and even entertainment.
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69% of customers associate a good service experience with the quick resolution of issues. Give your customers what they want! Discover interactive and personalized chat as the most popular type of communication, for your business.
Automate Customer Service
Focus on the important questions for you. Automate your customer service immediately and without risk. Reduce the e-mail flood and avoid processing jams. Talespin guarantees consistent quality - even with high user volume.
Enrich Customer Conversations
Cards, Carousel, Lists, Receipts, Buttons, Quick replies and many more types of messages to interact with your customers. The AI powered bot keeps learning from new queries and responses, automatically.
Easy & Seamless Integration
Seamlessly integrate with all kinds of services. Configure the chat widget as per your corporate identity, insert two-line code on your homepage - done! See conversations happening on the web site and FB messenger from a single window.
User friendly Dashboard
Design your chat widget according to your individual preferences. Keep track of your conversations at all times with our simple to use UI.
- Clear management of all communication channels
- Let human agents take over, if required
- Simple configuration
- Chat is always available for your customers
Bots for helpdesk are the Future
Improvements in computing and hardware technologies allow chatbots to complete tasks with little or no operator intervention.
In fact, research firm Gartner predicted that in 2017, only 33% of all customer service interactions will need a human intermediary, as compared to 60% in 2014. (Gartner.com, 2015)