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Live Chat Support

I am looking for the live chat support software, that can give my customers a wow experience at one place, please suggest me some services that I can use.

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Re: live chat

Are you looking for just the software (good if you have enough staff yourself to handle the chatting) or are you looking for some service company that not only has the software to use, but also a supply of paid agents to actually chat with your customers?

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I am looking for some service company that only has the software to use.

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Let's be real.
https://www.google.com/search?q=live+chat+support+software finds there are dozens of these available. Your CTO is the one to task them to review for your needs. Time and time again I've found that a perfect fit always misses on some point such as price, interface or hosting requirement to as arcane a reason as it didn't run on Opera.
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That's Ok!

That I got it, but I need some real examples or I need the suggestions from the people that are already using it.

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And that's a stretch.

But possible. Once your CTO picks a few candidates then it's back to the maker to supply companies and contacts that will talk to the CTO about the software.

This isn't rocket science but well known processes to pick out the company apps and software.

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Re: chat

Then select a few based on their website and talks with their sales manager or customer support, and ask for other users of their software nearby that you can visit and talk to about their experiences and opinion.

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Thanks!

Thank you so much for the suggestions.

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