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How Superficiality Destroys The Customer Service Experience

Posted on September 19, 2017
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Photo via pixabay user geralt

Forbes contributor Micah Solomon says what he's most worried about when it comes to the future of customer service is a creeping kind of self-fulfilling prophecy where the more we fret about human jobs being replaced by bots, AI, and tableside tablet ordering systems, the more we reduce or put a ceiling on the quality and intricacy of the current, human customer service performance that companies, and the humans employed by companies, deliver.

Forbes article here

Related Topics: artificial intelligence, business management, business trends, customer service, employee management

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