As consumers we know that when we’re making an online purchase, we want the experience to be intuitive, easy, and quick. We want to be able to research and buy seamlessly… but there are a few critical circumstances where access to a support agent is necessary, and we want that support to be relevant, and in real-time.
While great self-service tools on your website may work most of the time, there are certain moments when your customers need digital support from a live person. According to LivePerson research, an overwhelming “88% say having live chat makes the digital experience better.”
Yet, many businesses still don’t have the live, human resources to deliver personalized chat to every customer. This is where the ability to intelligently (and proactively) prioritize certain customers in certain scenarios helps businesses align resources. We call it the high-impact scenarios. In the words of my colleague, Alon Waks, high impact customers have the “highest intent to purchase, are the most valuable and provide the most impact to your bottom line.”