New APP means the days of ineffective call centres are numbered
For the customer those frustrating hours spent on the phone to a call centre will be a thing of the past.
The new technology - called CROWDS - allows customers to use their Twitter account - to ask a question, raise an issue or make a complaint about product or a service. In return they get a helpful answer from a fellow, sympathetic customer - not just a response from a company employee. The Tweet is simply picked-up by the technology and pointed in the right direction.
CROWDS is the latest online offering from Conversocial, it is the first time the power of social media is being embraced to create an effective alternative to the traditional dial-in call centre to deal with customer issues.
The technology contained in CROWDS also means companies across the globe will be able to slash their customer service costs by millions.
CROWDS allows businesses to enlist enthusiastic members of their online community who can be put in touch with any consumer interested in discussing their products or services.
CROWDS is the brainchild of Conversocial's founder, internet entrepreneur, Joshua March. He says we are now living in the age of the Trust Economy where millions of conversations on social media can be turned into a valuable and precious resource.
March, who founded Conversocial.com in 2010, says this revolution will change the way companies interact with their customers.
"The explosion in social media applications means the world is coming together online. It gives people the opportunity to share their passions and experience on anything," says March.
"The trust economy is opening a pathway for a down-to-earth, effective customer service which lives in the cloud. It is giving consumers a voice."
Conversocial is helping hundreds of brands worldwide serve their customers on social, including Hertz, Tesco, Barclaycard
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