Give consumers a continuous connection to your brand from their smartphone. Allow them to message you like they message their friends and family—on their own time and terms. LivePerson enables messaging from your app, website, Facebook, Google, SMS, and other applications.
With the connection digital, first contact resolution improves, and the demand curve for care flattens. Costs are reduced up to 48%, and staff can be structured in “Neighborhoods”—a framework that gives consumers the best agent for their individual needs, not just the next available agent.
Understand sentiment for 100% of consumer interactions in real time, not after the fact with surveys for a fraction of interactions. LivePerson's proprietary Meaningful Connection Score™ (MCS) delivers this, so agents and managers can take action and improve relationships.
Agents can work side by side with bots in the same conversation window. Bots do the heavy lifting for repetitive processes, while humans take care of the rest. The role of bots, and their cost savings, are expanded over time via machine learning.
This service is available to residents within the state of Alaska. Live Homework Help™ is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Independence Day.
If you have any problems accessing Live Homework Help™, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-888-6726 option 2. If possible please note the IP address which shows up in the error message.
Libraries and schools should link to http://lam.alaska.gov/sled/homework. If you link directly to the Tutor.com program page, your patrons and students may receive an error. For questions about the service or to request staff training, contact Tutor.com’s Client Care Team at email@example.com.
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Live Homework Help is funded by the State of Alaska and from a grant from the Alaska State Library to the Alaska Library Network.