Get your Zen: Solvemate is now on Zendesk Marketplace
Bring back the Zen to your business with Solvemate! If you are a Zendesk Inc. customer, today you’re in luck: we’ve just released our app on Zendesk Marketplace. Now you can easily integrate Solvemate to your customer service funnel via the leading CRM software.
Zendesk builds software for better customer relationships, and empowers organisations to improve customer engagement and better understand their customers. Matching this with Solvemate's fastest and highest resolution rates in the industry, Zendesk users can now automate up to 80% of their customer service requests.
The integration reduces the number of repetitive requests (f.ex related to shipping, billing or product) and improves first contact resolution.
So what can the integration do for you?
Automate ticket handover to your Zendesk help desk
Reduce global ticket count, as the virtual agent handles & resolves all the repetitive requests
Increase customer satisfaction and loyalty: the virtual agent solves your customer’s problems in less than 18 seconds - not 18 minutes
Improve your bottom line: your team has time to focus on up-sell, building relationships & improving customer loyalty
Improve morale: with less menial, repetitive tasks, your team is happier and can excel at what they're good at: being human 😊
Like the sound of that? Here’s how it works:
If the problem cannot be solved by the virtual agent, Solvemate automatically creates a ticket in Zendesk
Solvemate transfers a chat transcript, with all the questions and answers provided by the end-customer and the virtual agent
If the customer is already in your Zendesk database, the ticket is assigned to that contact. If not, Solvemate creates a new contact in your Zendesk contacts
Sara is a brand & content strategist at Solvemate. She’s really into chatbots, and improving customer experience. When she’s not writing about customer service automation, she’s an Italo-disco singer and a devoted housekeeping nerd. Hailing originally from snowy Finland, the Berlin winters leave her cold (pardon the pun).