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[24]7 developed app for customer support

Optus has deployed mobile developer [24]7’s mobile chat capability for the Optus mobile app.

The service allows Optus customers to chat with service staff via the telco’s app. [24]7 claims the service enables ‘chat agents’ to give personalised service to customers. The two companies have been partnered since 2007.

Optus managing director consumer sales, Rohan Ganeson, said [24]7 was assisting the telco with its digital transition.

"Optus is committed to providing a brilliant experience to our customers. The [24]7 solutions help Optus increase customer satisfaction and deliver innovative technology for customer service."

[24]7 said its solution includes a Cloud-based platform that combines predictive analytics with real-time decisioning.

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