Business leaders count on their Executive Assistants to provide guidance and strategic counsel in matters both great and small. A trusted Executive Assistant will likely be right there in the boardroom as business leaders deliberate on whether or not to expand the business into international territory or acquire a new subsidiary. As a result of being a front-and-center resource for key business decisions, Executive Assistants get to take ownership of businesses and guide strategic company direction with almost as much influence as the business leaders themselves.
Anyone who has always wanted to “build their own career” (so to speak) will find something akin to that in an Executive Assistant role. There will of course be priorities to cover, as mandated by the executive in question. But as there are always a million things any given executive needs to do, then there are a million ways an Executive Assistant might choose to build new skills and help out.
HubSpot has an easy and powerful chat builder software that allows you to automate and scale live chat conversations. Your customers will be able to get answers to frequently asked questions, book meetings, and navigate the site. At the same time, their answers are saved in your CRM, allowing you to qualify leads and trigger automation. Keep in mind that HubSpot's chat builder software doesn't quite fall under the category of "AI chatbot" because it uses a rule-based system. However, HubSpot does have code snippets, allowing you to leverage the powerful AI of third-party NLP-driven bots such as Dialogflow.
Imperson builds chatbot solutions, which through conversation, naturally automates the customer journey. An authentic customer chat experience is provided by this conversational bot. Imperson helps you from setting the goals of the chatbot to identifying the correct voice and personality. The platform offers an integrated analytics platform of real-time feedback to improve performance with a completely controlled solution.