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Even before COVID-19 plunged the world into crisis, artificial intelligence (AI), and more specifically conversational AI was fast becoming a key feature in the digitisation of customer-facing industries like insurance. In fact, Gartner had predicted that 85% of customer interactions will be managed without humans by 2021.
COVID-19 is a global pandemic, evolving at unprecedented speed and scale. It is creating a universal imperative for governments and organisations to take immediate action to protect their people. Self-quarantine. Social distancing. Community spread. These formerly obscure terms are now everyday words
Decades of research show that the most important key to success and happiness is the strength of our relationships. Winning at life depends on knowing how to win with people. In this book Justin Cohen, one of the world’s leading experts on human potential, will show you how to win with people.
Businesses will have to embed innovation in their DNA to future-proof their operations for the unparalleled pace of technological change in what we refer to in our Tech Vision 2020 as the post-digital era. In the past, businesses with a unique asset could enjoy a competitive advantage and sweat that asset for ten, twenty or even thirty years before their competitors caught on.
Artificial intelligence (AI) provides banks with the means to make better use of the massive amount of data at their disposal. In doing so, they can identify opportunities for growth faster and gain significant competitive advantage at a time when more agile digital counterparts are emerging.
Our research shows while the type of industry will greatly influence customer experience (CX), ultimately it is a matter of choice and first contact resolution. The importance of CX and the value a business places on the experience clearly depends on the industry – but when customers have the option to choose, CX becomes critical.
End-of-year fatigue is setting in with a vengeance, and while it may be tempting to let things go in the workplace with the intention to set them straight again when work resumes in 2020, it is possible and indeed preferable to end the year strong and start the New Year on a high note.
Digital innovation is accelerating in South Africa - from call centres using chatbots and automatic transcription to improve customer service, to financial advisors harnessing machine learning and data analytics, rapidly matching client and solution, and emerging use cases of Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and AR/VR training in the mining and manufacturing sectors.
Online shopping has become increasingly popular amongst South African consumers. Convenience, competitive pricing, and a wide choice of products make online purchasing a no-brainer for tech-savvy shoppers, but retailers need to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to standing out against the competition.