Jitterbit Survey Discloses Automation Improves Customer Experience

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Jitterbit, an organization that enhances transformation through automation, has unveiled the outcomes of its latest survey entitled “2023 State of Customer Experience Automation: Eliminate Application Integration Challenges to Elevate Customer Experiences”. The report sheds light on the significance of automating the customer experience process and explores the organizational objectives, anticipated benefits, and obstacles encountered when adopting automation.

Additionally, the report provides insights regarding the prioritized customer-facing functions and use cases assigned for automation. The report is currently available for access.

 Read More: Jitterbit Survey Reveals Automation Enhances Customer Experience, Offers Key Competitive Advantage for Organizations

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