Evaluating The Potential For Mobile Chat To Drive eBusiness Goals
April 25, 2012
Why Read This Report
In the early years of the Internet, online customer service involved the marketing departments writing content for a handful of online FAQs and including a telephone number in the "contact us" section. Today, we look back at that naiveté with amusement. At the same time, we risk doing the same again with mobile strategies. Chat has demonstrated its ability to enhance service, support sales, and improve customer satisfaction. This report will help eBusiness leaders evaluate the potential for mobile chat to drive their goals.
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Table of Contents
- Mobile Chat Offers Potential Benefits To Both Business And Consumers
- Mobile Chat Implementation Requires A Robust Mobile Strategy
WHAT IT MEANS
- Mobile Chat Will Have A Compelling Impact On Mobile Support
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