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- Save time by instantly capturing every interaction across all devices, channels, and touchpoints – no tagging or code required
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Create elegant product experiences without a line of code.
- Personalize the product experience for every user at scale with contextual and timely engagements
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- Increase relevancy of user feedback by triggering in-product surveys to specific segments, or to users after specific product usage requirements are met
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“The health scorecard is massive. I can finally engineer for Customer Success and not just rely on soft skills or good situational awareness and instincts about when we should do what and how we should handle customers. Our adoption health score gives us exposure to usage risks that need our attention.”
Look around you. How many people are on their computer? Their cell phone? We’re surrounded by digital experiences, both at work and at home. Whether you’re a SaaS or cloud business, or if a digital experience is just one facet of your offerings, it’s imperative that you deliver an amazing product experience.
As the world’s fastest-growing event tech company, Bizzabo had to find a way to engage all their customers, without sacrificing quality.
Helping customers is good. Pestering them is bad. How do you strike a balance when talking to them inside your product?