Personal customer contact with Google’s Business Messages
Direct 1-to-1 contact with your customers via Google Search and Google Maps
Google’s Business Messages for fast and personal online customer service
Want to offer quick, 1-to-1 customer contact via Google Maps and Google Search? You can! Google has launched Google’s Business Messages. With this new Google functionality, it’s now also possible to give your customers the best service possible via Google Search and Google Maps. How? Just activate the chat button in your Google company profile so customers can contact you directly.
75% of consumers prefer private channels for service. Google’s Business Messages help route service phone calls to chat conversations.
These chat conversations can then be handled, in addition to all other customer contact channels, from the same OBI Engage environment. This way you’re not only able to relieve the employees in the actual stores, but you’re also able to provide your customers with the best service, quickly and easily. Help guide customers’ purchases, schedule appointments and upsell. A great way to increase your customer loyalty.
The benefits of Google’s Business Messages
Quick and easy customer service
✓ Reach customers through a new, low-threshold communication channel
✓ Offer personal 1-to-1 contact with direct answers and no long queues
✓ Relieve employees at the workplace by decreasing telephone traffic and providing efficient handling of chat conversations via the webcare (online customer support) department
Want to help your customers via Google Search and Google Maps and at the same time offer convenient, fast and efficient service? Fill in the form and we’ll contact you as soon as possible to schedule a free online demo.
“For Kruidvat, we started by connecting 36 branches in Amsterdam. We would like to see whether Google’s Business Messages can be a new, interesting channel for our online customer contact, as well as what the effect of this new channel on our existing channels will be. It may be a substitute for another channel in the future. Questions that we mainly receive via this new tool concern store visits. This includes the opening hours of a particular store, purchases, availability of products and our return policy. Customers expect a smooth and easy response through this channel, because, in many cases, they’ve planned a visit to the store on that day. They find this contact option by searching the relevant store on Google via their mobile device.”
Dieke van Leeuwen, Teamleider Digital (Webcare en Chatbots) at A.S. Watson