6 Insights On The Future Of Customer Service

Posted on Thursday, 23 Jun 2016

What does the future of customer service look like? And how will digital technologies impact the way customer service is delivered? These are two among many other questions that we at Thinque addressed when we analysed the future for a client of ours within the customer service industry. In this blog post, we will share some of that research, insight and foresight.  

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