Marketers have started to use chatbots for studying the buyer’s journey, understanding behavioral metrics, and collecting prospect data to convince them with personalized recommendations. Simply put, chatbots are redefining customer engagement and for a good reason.
Unsatisfied, unhappy and overwhelmed employees will be inefficient and unproductive, and this reflects on the overall performance of your organization’s outcomes. And, it is mostly the HR team that bears this burden as they face the uphill task of engaging employees and retaining them.
Engaging disengaged employees is critical for the success and growth of any business. Disconnected employees not only are less productive but also discourage other employees and this can be a death blow to the growth of the business itself.
The banking industry is one of the most conservative and competitive, yet widely used industries. It involves massive customer interactions, transactions and documentation; the cost to serve customers and their satisfaction are the top concerns this industry faces.
Many presume chatbots just stop with customer support; in the real-world they go even beyond that. Yes, AI-powered chatbots added to your marketing strategies can help your marketing team study, analyze and push your prospects to the sales funnel without breaking a sweat.
Marketing Technology, or Martech, as it is called, is evolving fast and companies that have realized its significance and incorporated it into their marketing strategy are seeing amazing results in the market. Martech needs no introduction for most businesses; for others, it is the advanced technology, like AI, utilized by marketers for better engaging with customers and improving their clientele.
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