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  1. In 2020, chatbots will move from simple customer-based queries to more advanced real-time interactions based on computational modelling. Chatbots have been growing dynamically in the past few years and have managed to take over many sectors and internal roles in the organisation.
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  2. When it comes to customer expectations, it is no surprise that with all the latest tech-leaning us towards instant gratification that millennials have higher expectations for customer experience. This is mostly due to instant gratification with mobile and email notifications from brands.

    A recent report from Adobe surveyed 1,500 U.S. adults regarding preferences and expectations for digital experiences in the retail, travel & hospitality, media & entertainment, and financial services industries and found that expectations for customer experience are much higher coming from the millennial age group than ever before.
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  3. Chatbots are increasingly being used by companies to engage with their customers. In fact, it has been reported that 8 in 10 companies have already adopted them or are planning to do so by 2020. This points to fast growth in the market. In fact, 15% of consumers have interacted with a chatbot in the last 12 months, and this number will undoubtedly grow at a quick pace over the coming months.
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  4. Chatbots are a simple and fun way to help shoppers find what they are looking for and enhance their online customer experience. Thanks to recent advances, web developers are now creating chatbots that are ever-more human, aiding the flow of communication by recognizing verbal patterns and interpreting non-verbal signs.
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  5. With a new era of artificial intelligence (AI) dawning upon us, it’s an incredible time for customer experience, with humongous benefits to the customer and ultrafast customer service. As AI technology matures, forward-thinking enterprises are plugging in conversational AI in their strategic investment roadmaps to leverage it for their customer service function. In fact, Gartner predicts that “conversational AI-first" will supersede "cloud-first, mobile-first" as the most important, high-level imperative for the next ten years.
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  6. At least once a week, I load up a hypothetical shopping cart from online retailers like Zara, ASOS, and Sephora, only to decide that I don't want to spend money on clothes or makeup I don't really need. So I abandon the cart and close the tab. According to new research by Market Inspector, I'm not the only one. Fifty-seven percent of internet users discard internet shopping carts because of indecisiveness.

    How can companies fix that indecision? For starters, 31 percent of online shoppers report that they weren't able to get answers to simple questions from company websites. That's not a product issue; it's a customer service issue.
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  7. During our recent webinar with Jay Baer, digital business expert and founder of Convince & Convert, we polled over one hundred attending customer experience (CX) professionals to find out how their companies are thinking about key topics affecting CX today. Here’s what we found out about how they’re meeting customer expectations, adopting chatbot technology, and hiring Customer Experience Managers (CXMs).
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  8. Every day, more and more consumers are becoming increasingly familiar with chatbots. It provides greater convenience than apps — making access to services and information simple, frictionless and more natural.

    The nature of human-machine interaction (HMI) continues to evolve; it has transformed – from the graphical user interface and the mouse with computers, to capacitive touchscreens with smartphones, to natural ways of interacting with smart assistants– your voice, hands, eyes, and even your brain.
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  9. When you log onto a website, do you ever notice the flashing chatbot in the bottom corner of your screen, a box that greets you with a faint ding and a “Hello!” or “Need Help?” With their abilities to engage customers, answer questions, and advertise products, these support chatbots have become commonplace on an increasing number of websites and are transforming the way online customer service works.
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