NEW YORK, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- LivePerson, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPSN), a leading provider of real-time engagement solutions, today announced that San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU) has successfully implemented LivePerson's mobile chat solution to engage with its growing volume of mobile customers in real time, wherever they are.
As the 10th largest credit union in the United States and as an innovator in the financial services industry, SDCCU first launched mobile banking in 2009, with a full rollout of mobile services in 2011. Since launching mobile banking services, their volume of mobile traffic has grown tremendously, and SDCCU wanted to provide the same reliable, real-time support to their mobile customers as they do with their desktop-based customers. SDCCU decided to deploy mobile live chat to provide immediate, personal assistance to their mobile customers whenever they need help, wherever they may be.
"San Diego County Credit Union is committed to providing a better banking experience for its customers, and with the level of mobile traffic we're seeing, we thought it was critical to ensure that we're able to deliver the same high level of personalized service expected from SDCCU, in the mobile channel," said Teresa Halleck, President and CEO of San Diego County Credit Union. "LivePerson's mobile chat solution enables us to provide optimized assistance to our mobile customers, creating a satisfying and efficient banking experience, no matter where our customers are or how they choose to do business with us."
Halleck also added, "Technology and innovation have played an important role in enhancing our service levels, shaping our customers' experiences, and creating deeper connections with our customers. LivePerson and their mobile solution have enabled SDCCU to consistently exceed customer expectations and offer services that even many of the big banks don't."
Used by businesses of all sizes and across a broad range of industries, LivePerson's mobile chat solutions provide seamless integration with native iOS applications as well as iOS- and Android-optimized mobile sites. Implementation is "plug and play", and LivePerson's mobile solution is integrated within a client's existing LivePerson chat infrastructure. Agents can identify and prioritize on-the-go customers, who often have more urgent needs and expect faster response times.
Additional features of LivePerson mobile chat include:
"As more consumers shift towards mobile-based interactions, it's becoming increasingly important for businesses to meaningfully connect with consumers via their mobile device of choice," said Ethan Alexander, Head of Mobile, LivePerson. "We're proud to work with forward-thinking institutions like San Diego County Credit Union, and help provide the kind of experience that today's consumer demands."
For more information on LivePerson's mobile chat solution or to view a demo video, please click here.
LivePerson, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPSN) offers a cloud-based platform that enables businesses to proactively connect in real-time with their customers via chat, voice, and content delivery at the right time, through the right channel, including websites, social media, and mobile devices. This "intelligent engagement" is driven by real-time behavioral analytics, producing connections based on a true understanding of business objectives and customer needs.
More than 8,500 companies rely on LivePerson's platform to increase conversions and improve customer experience, including Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Verizon, Sky, Walt Disney, PNC, QVC and Orbitz.
LivePerson received the CODiE award for Best Content Management Solution in 2012, and has been named a Market Share Leader by Frost and Sullivan in 2012. LivePerson is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco, Atlanta, Santa Monica, Tel Aviv, London and Melbourne.
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