Always get your customer service questions answered immediately: it sounds almost too good to be true, but soon it can be. Voted 2016’s most promising young entrepreneurs, Alexander Wijninga and Charl Haas are set to launch their innovative customer service platform Watermelon Messenger on February 1st. Using artificial intelligence, their aim is to reinvent the world of customer service.
Odds are your customer service doesn't always run as smoothly as you'd like. You can be reached through multiple channels and are often working with a bunch of tabs and apps. Chats and email conversations get mixed up and in the meantime conversations require repeated consultation with co-workers. But if you're still not completely convinced you can do better... Here's 7 reasons to switch to Watermelon Messenger.