Five9 vs Talkdesk
Last updated: October 04, 2018
Call center software from Five9 is the leading cloud contact center software solution, bringing the power of the cloud to thousands of customers worldwide. Meet your customers in the channel they prefer. Whether it's the phone, web, chat, email, mobile apps, or social media, Five9 has you covered. An innovative technology layer that we call Five9 Connect powers our multichannel applications, delivering better customer engagements, faster response times and empowered agents.
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Five9 vs Talkdesk in our news:
2018 - Talkdesk nabs $100M for its smart call centers
Talkdesk, the provider of cloud-based contact center software, has raised $100 million in new funding. The round values the company at north of $1 billion. The company, which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve customer service, targets mid-market and enterprise businesses, counting IBM, Dropbox, Stitch Fix and Farfetch as customers. With Talkdesk companies with millions customers can allow each customer to connect with a company in the best way possible. Having received a call customer service agent can see what products the cutomer bought, what her tastes are, what she has complained about before.
2015 - Call Center software for SMBs Talkdesk raised $15 million
Talkdesk, which creates software that helps companies create virtual call centers has raised $15 million. Companies use Talkdesk to create centers where customers can call into in order for assistance and feedback. Those calls are connected to internal company databases like Salesforce and Zendesk, which bring up all the relevant information about a caller in order to help a customer service representative better resolve the issue or route that customer to the best person. For example, when someone calls customer service and the call is routed through Talkdesk, the software automatically puts information about the caller in front of the customer service representative. Examples of that would be order details, how much that person usually spends, their name, or other bits of information that are useful to representatives that help them more quickly resolve an issue.