The world of customer experience is being fundamentally reshaped by artificial intelligence. AI enables businesses to help support their customers’ needs at more touchpoints along their journey, from automatic messaging to visual search.

Businesses are increasingly dependent on artificial intelligence (AI) to automate business processes in areas such as customer support, distribution, and marketing. “50 percent of users don’t care whether they’re working with humans or AI-enabled assistants,” according to Accenture.


CX AI Assistant is a computer software program that allows a customer to connect with a business or brand in a text format that mimics human instant messaging. It is usually powered by artificial intelligence (AI). Assistants can be used on business websites, smartphone apps, and social media messaging apps, among other places. Owing to increased AI and machine-learning technologies, Assistant technology has evolved significantly in recent years, and Assistants are now a vital part of companies’ customer-service operations.

Assistants are proving to be useful aids for customer service agents as well as streamlining and maximizing customer journeys at any point of the service chain.


1. 24×7 SUPPORT 

Maintaining a customer service staff that is available at all times may be expensive, but consumers’ concerns can exist outside of business hours. Unlike humans, Assistants do not need sleep. If your staff is offline, an assistant will fill in for them by answering questions and providing resources. If they are unable to assist you, the bot will show the available hours and when a person can contact you. This will result in a way to improve customer loyalty and retention.


The apparent advantage of improved resolution speed is a direct product of 24/7 availability. Although providing a quick answer is vital, providing a quick resolution is potentially perhaps more important to the consumer. An assistant can access a database and have instant answers to questions at any time. Even if a human agent is required to interfere to offer additional assistance, Assistants reduce workload and encourage agents to concentrate on the more important steps in solving customers’ problems.


Assistants can switch a chat to a human agent if a customer’s question is difficult and needs live assistance. Since the consumer does not have to rewrite their question, this smooth integration improves the customer experience. Instead, the representative should go back and read the previous post to follow up where the bot left off with the case.

Assistants can also be linked to the customer relationship management system (CRM) to personalize customer experiences.


Assistants will also execute follow-up tasks if one of the support reps is unavailable for a switch. They will set up meetings with clients and delegate cases to the representatives to finish. Some bots will also give customers follow-up emails after they’ve resolved their problems. This type of task automation lets the staff keep track of unmet customer demands and provides a more robust customer experience.

  • The workload can be exhausting on agents’ performance, particularly when they are repeatedly assigned the same tasks. Furthermore, they can have off days when they do not perform to their full potential. Assistants have the advantage of not taking rests and operating at the same pace no matter how many times an action is repeated.

  • Money is one of the most immediate advantages of Assistants. Assistants help businesses save money by reducing the number of people they need to employ. Businesses must leverage the benefits of deploying Assistants in order to reduce costs.

    Increasing the number of support agents takes more time and money in terms of agent wages, customer service development, and maintenance costs. Furthermore, Assistants can perform boring and repetitive processes so that human agents are not required to do so. Agent performance rises when they are no longer required to respond to customers repeated and simple requests.

    As a result, it’s an excellent way to cope with an increased number of client’s demands while keeping costs down.

  • AI isn’t solely used by Assistants to answer questions. They often use it to understand and enhance the level of potential service delivered automatically.

    If an assistant understands how to respond to a question like “how do I reset password?” it will identify “from where do I reset password?” as having the same context. Related phrasing will be immediately applied to the information bank, allowing potential queries to be phrased similarly.

    Furthermore, if a customer finds an assistant’s instant response unhelpful, the Assistant is less likely to use that response in a subsequent interaction. If your assistant advises someone where to reset the password when they just want to know about user photos, a basic rating will help it understand the difference.

    You can also teach your bots to give more accurate responses. You will change the way your bot reacts by using questions that your customers have asked (or that you hope they would ask).

  • At least once in their lives, three out of five millennials have used Assistants. It indicates that consumers are happy with the Assistant and have become used to it.

    You have complete power over the voice, tone, and vocabulary used by your bot.

    The Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT) or Net Promoter Score (NPS) are the most important indicators to use when evaluating your customer service. You’ll be able to see how often your consumers are engaging with your bot with the aid of KPIs. Based on the ratings, you can improve the bot flow to improve Assistant user service.

    Customers would want the same convenience in other encounters if they have had a few good experiences interacting with brands through the Assistant. Customer service Assistants will assist you in providing your customers with a reliable, on-brand experience.