How can AI bridge the gap between digital and agent-assisted customer journeys?
March 24th 2020, 6:30PM
Fenchurch Restaurant, Vinoly Room at the Walkie Talkie Building | London, UK
Digital functions have had much of the focus for AI automation and chatbot technologies, but for Utility brands serving a broad church the phone channel is not going away anytime soon. Gartner believes we are seeing a new wave of utility-based AI adoption to increase operational efficiencies, with internal support centres being a low-risk, high reward way to validate the value of AI for your business. So are all channels now equal, and connected!?
The promise of this technology is compelling: to reduce operational costs, whilst simultaneously increasing CSAT and NPS scores. So what is preventing widespread adoption in your business?
Join a room full of senior CX and operational execs from Energy and Water companies to discuss:
– What comes first? Customer-facing AI or an agent-facing AI?
– Which will have the biggest impact on your organization?
– What are the barriers to adopting AI CX tools internally and externally? Are they the same?
– Are you convinced of the business benefit and impact on CX metrics?
Fenchurch Restaurant, Vinoly Room at the Walkie Talkie Building
Address: Fenchurch Street, 20, London, EC3M 3BY
Tuesday, 24th March 2020 | 6:30PM
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