UKCCF Executive Club Event | Puzzel London

Feb 27

UKCCF Executive Club Event – 27th Feb 2019
Puzzel London

What role will Chatbots play in 2020?

Chatbot take up is on the rise and according to Gartner, by 2021 more than 50% of enterprises will spend more per annum on bots and chatbot creation, than on traditional mobile app development.  Yet, despite all the chat about Chatbots there is still an element of confusion about their value and a reluctance to adopt this new technology.

This UKCCF event gives delegates an opportunity not to miss out on the exciting possibilities bots provide.  During the morning we take a look at three important applications of Bot technology:

  • Direct transactional contact with customers
  • An important triage resource prior to transfer to a human agent
  • A personal assistant for agents to provide knowledge and suggestions in real-time based on AI learning

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Chatbot use is on the rise – is this real and why?
  • How are Bots really making a difference to customer service?
  • How to personalise the Bot experience and add more value?
  • When is a Bot not a Bot?
  • Will Bots ultimately mean no voice conversations in contact-centres?
  • How can Bots play the “imitation game” to support their human buddies?
  • Where will Bots go next?
  • What is your organisation’s aim when it comes to Bots – less agents or an improved customer experience?

By the end of the session club members will have the opportunity to predict what role bots will play in their contact centre in 2020.

Agenda

09.00 – 09.30: Coffee & Registration

09.30 – 09.40:  Introduction from Colin Hay, VP UK Sales, Puzzel (Cloud Contact Centre Provider)

09.40 – 09.50:  AI and Chatbot demonstration – including a live chat Interface question and answer session using Puzzel’s latest Bot technology with “Agent Assist”

09.50 – 10.45:  Chatbot roundtable discussion

10.45 – 11.00 – Coffee break

11.00 – 12.15 – Chatbot roundtable discussion

12.15 – Buffet lunch

Registration is now closed