According to the TSIA*, support reps spend 40% of their time searching for information, through 7-13 different knowledge sources to find that information! This has a severe impact on the bottom line for most support teams – sub-optimal resolution time and customer satisfaction.

*Source: TSIA 2018 Knowledge Management Survey

Support teams

xFind presents the support rep with the information needed to solve the case automatically, from all relevant knowledge sources, based on the updated content of the case. Sources may include similar relevant past cases, internal and external knowledge articles, IT tickets and more.

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Reduce Case Resolution Time

  • Significantly reduces time spent on info extraction
  • Frees up reps to solve cases faster
  • Enables more accurate solutions
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Reduce Response Times

  • Immediate response to the customer with meaningful information
  • Higher First Response Resolution rates with accurate information
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Increase customer satisfaction

  • Faster response with meaningful relevant information = more satisfied customers
  • Providing your customers with the solutions they expect faster = extremely satisfied customers
  • Extremely satisfied customers = higher brand value
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Help Juniors perform like Seniors

  • New reps are generally not well aware of the information that exists and how to search for it
  • By pushing them the solution information, xFind can help them reach top performance much faster.
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Unveil untapped knowledge

  • Support teams store past knowledge in various, hard-to-search-through systems, such as past cases and messaging systems
  • xFind can pull the solutions from that data automatically and present them to the team.
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Customer Self-service

Support teams are constantly chasing a growing number of incidents and the expectations of their customers.

On the other side, customers would many times rather be able to solve their issues on their own, rather than connect the support team.

xFind helps both sides, by increasing proactive self-service on the customers side ("case deflection").

Reduce Number of Incoming Cases

  • Help your customer solve cases on their own
  • Eliminate unnecessary wait for support reps
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Enable your Customers

  • Raise customer satisfaction
  • Improve customer experience
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Engage your Customers

  • Proactively engage your customers
  • Reduce customer friction
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