At Chatra, we receive feature requests every day. We appreciate them because they help us understand our users and inform the product development.
One of the popular feature requests is a WhatsApp integration that would allow users to reply to WhatsApp messages from Chatra.
Since we’ve been adding new features and integrations to Chatra, the agent dashboard started to feel cluttered and complicated. We like to keep things simple for you, our customers, and decided to make an interface update.
We’ve added some new features to Chatra and would like to share them with you.
We have some exciting news for you today! Our most requested feature of all time is finally here:
The chatbot can interact with your website visitors through a sequence of pre-defined answers called “scenarios”.
All of us are going through the uneasy times: change of plans, restrictions, and uncertainty. Many people have been forced to work from home. While we believe remote work has a lot of benefits (Chatra is a 100% remote company), it can still be challenging if the change is forced on you like that. Sometimes ago we’ve published a book on remote work that can be a nice read (and a nice distraction as well).
On our end, we continue to work on improving the product. Since launching the email integration (you should absolutely check it out), we’ve been working hard on adding more features to Chatra. This time, we’ve made our automatic triggers more powerful.
We are gradually moving from being a live chat solution to becoming a multichannel helpdesk tool, allowing you to handle conversations with customers in one place, no matter how they reached you. For quite some time we support Facebook messages and today we are happy to announce a new feature: email inbox.
While reading a super fantastic guide of your favorite digital marketing expert, have you ever struggled to understand the complex terminology they use?
Well, I sure have.
There is no shame in admitting that you aren’t aware of every popular marketing term digital geeks are using today. Of course, with constantly improving and fast-moving technology, one can never know it all!
Are you wondering if these digital marketing terms are important to SaaS owners at all?
One way or another, you will come across situations where you might need to understand the context and meaning of these fancy-schmancy marketing terms, in order to keep up with the rest of the industry.
So without any further ado, let’s get you right to some of the many popular marketing terminologies that might help you understand the digital marketing spectrum better.
This is a guest post from Anthea Papadopoulou.
In today’s uber competitive markets, each company is fighting for their customer’s attention, time and budget.
So, what if I told you that you can nail all three of those with a single solution?
Launching an academy is the single most powerful action you can take for building awareness, improving lead capture and growing customer education, while also offering an additional revenue stream.
Why is that?
An academy offers credibility and positions your company as an industry leader, it is the perfect customer education vehicle after your customer service team and you can also sell your expertise for an extra revenue stream.
And, it all starts with a single course.
The concept of putting your customers first is nothing new.
However, doing so in 2019 and beyond is about much more than just providing stellar customer service.
Food for thought: trust is the number one factor for consumers today when it comes to building long-term business relationships.
And creating that sense of trust doesn’t happen by accident.
Instead, it happens through consistent conversations with your customers. The more you understand your customers and walk in their shoes, the easier it is to serve their needs.
Enter the era of customer intimacy.
In this guide, we’ll break down everything you need to know about customer intimacy to transform buyers into loyal, long-term advocates.
In this new era of Customer Service, companies are becoming so knowledgeable about their customer that they are becoming mind readers. Okay – not exactly mind readers – but close! It’s becoming more and more imperative to get ahead of issues and anticipate what your customer wants and needs before they do. In the 2015 Forrester Trends: The Future of Customer Service, it was predicted that organizations would explore proactive engagement to improve operational performance as well as predict future customer behavior. In the same report, Kate Leggett wrote that connected devices were expected to proliferate at a rate of 50 billion by 2020 and that companies would deliver preemptive service which, in turn, would save companies money, better personalize customer engagement, and anticipate future customer needs. Well, 2020 is just a few short months away, and that prediction is coming true.
Proactive customer support is a no-brainer. Instead of sitting around waiting for problems to arise, agents are meeting issues and customers head on, and perceiving issues even before they become a problem. What’s more, companies are using multiple channels, in a seamless customer experience, to go the extra mile and show that they care. This is where customer loyalty is born.
In this post, we will explore two of these channels: Email and SMS communication. We will take a look at each of their individual characteristics and properties as well as show how the two compliment each other when used in partnership. We will also see the different ways that they can be used to improve your overall customer service so that you are operating not just reactively, but proactively as well.