Most of us agrees that “Mobile First” in 2015 will be the dominate topic of the year , apps everywhere , the customer experience have evolved with powerful devices and no one can ignore how important a good customer experience in a small screen , I have been part of many early stages java apps to the modern smartphone from Symbian days to iOS and Android today , no one predicted that these devices will have such computing power and will be used almost for everything , now businesses not only having a mobile First strategy , the questions will be asked?
- How this app will interact with customer?
- What is the best customer journey for my app customer?
- What can I do to support the journey from the backend , system , process and procedures?
- How fast to response to customer needs?
We are living in a very fast world , moving fast to ensure customers are happy is now more important that any other function we do in our business , we should look into mobile first as the ultimate goal to achieves customer satisfaction , SME business may not afford to ensure all touch points are consistence and optimized for mobile first strategy , but for sure they can add “live Chat Support for mobile ” for that we have created Live Chat Support Purist it is a simple way to operates as big business with live chat support
Top 5 reasons in-app chat support APIs will work for you
Enhancing the experiences of mobile users is always a priority for app developers , mobile is personal devices , Purist it SaaS chat support platform, was designed to allow developers to add live chat support without big efforts , as a developers our self, we know how its frustrating to add functionality to a mobile project and learning new SDK or developing the full backend system , make living from mobile development means you have to find new ways to get your customers buying from you , in this blog we will try to give you the top 5 reasons you may need to tell your customers to include chat support in their apps:
#1 Simple APIs, only 5 minutes to integrate new or existing app.
In the next post will show mobile digital engagement as new channel