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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 12, 2019 /CNW/ -- Recent Frost & Sullivan analysis and conversations with a diverse range of business leaders in B2B and B2C enterprises have provided valuable insights on a variety of customer experience issues. Digital transformation has resulted in a wide range of technologies creating tangible impacts, ranging from investing in interactive voice response for the first time to implementing chatbots.
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"Video kiosks stood out in our research when survey respondents were asked about supporting interaction channels. They have also come up in many conversations as an option in specific industries where video adds value to the customer's experience," explained Alpa Shah, Digital Transformation Global Vice President. "However, our discussions with end users show chatbots, along with virtual assistant voice and text chat, are top choices for technology investment over the next few years."
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