Sponsored

How AI is changing customer engagement

close

Email a Friend

Anticipating your customer needs at any time.

Swooping in with the right message in the right environment.

The marketer’s dream is finally being realized in a new wave of intelligent customer interactions. Sure, navigating a world of chatbots would feel like a game of whack-a-mole, but these AI personalities only scratch the surface of marketing’s impressive, predictive potential.

Download the guide to learn how AI is changing customer engagement

This guide lays out:

•How cognitive analytics is bringing the power of analytics to everyone, no comp-sci degree required.

•Examples of organizations ahead of the game and pushing boundaries.

•What predictive AI means to the future of the industry– and to your job.

And much more. Download the guide to learn how AI is transforming customer engagement

0 comments on “How AI is changing customer engagement”

Sponsored

‘Technology-forward FIs realize that fintechs are not competition’: Q2’s Jonathan Price

  • The paradigm of banks versus fintechs is outdated.
  • An increasing number of parties from across the aisle are finding ways to collaborate and partner to serve their customers.
Q2 | July 19, 2021
Sponsored

‘Before they were afraid to be first, now they’re afraid to be left behind’: Paxos’ Charles Cascarilla

  • With crypto securing a place in more wallets around the world, major institutions are embarking on incorporating trading in their offerings.
  • By asking for permission and not forgiveness, Paxos provides financial institutions the regulated efficiency needed to compete in the crypto era.
Paxos | July 15, 2021
Sponsored

Why more fintechs and institutions should offer crypto products

  • The largest companies and central government banks are either now invested in crypto or actively exploring crypto, making it an inevitable part of the global financial system.
  • For financial services organizations and emerging fintechs looking to offer crypto capabilities to their own customers, these are some of the key considerations, benefits, hurdles, and solutions to keep in mind.
Paxos | July 15, 2021
Sponsored

‘Financial service providers haven’t caught up with the different ways people are making money’: Argyle’s Billy Marsden

  • The financial system was built for the traditional salaried worker -- leaving the rapidly growing sector of non-traditional gig workers underserved.
  • Making real-time employment data accessible puts newfound financial autonomy in the hands of consumers.
Argyle | July 01, 2021
Sponsored

Cloud momentum is building in retail banking, part 3

  • The digital agenda post Covid-19 includes plans for cloud.
  • A new white paper by Finastra explores banks' challenges and how cloud directly addresses them.
Finastra | June 29, 2021
More Articles