New From the CXApp: Take Your Business On-Air With a Podcast
What: A constant hub of content and media in a real-time feed is crucial for making customers, employees and partners to feel connected with your.
WHAT: Chief Marketing Officers are responsible for shaping the corporate strategy, brand story, and championing the needs of the customer across all.
WHAT: Event attendees come to your event primarily for two reasons: to learn something and to connect or network with peers. Organizations have events.
What: Directors and event teams are responsible for building a living, breathing brand experience for customers, partners, employees and other.
What: SMS invites are a quick, efficient, and simple way to get your customers, event attendees, users into your mobile experience. You can simply send.
What: Sales Directors and sales teams are involved in the start of every customer relationship. They are integral in sourcing, creating, and sustaining.
What: Account Managers are responsible for maintaining customer relationships and managing customer expectations. Knowing account status, needs, and.
What: Customers are the lifeblood of any organization. When it comes to nurturing relationships and creating new ones, customer experience is.
What: Executives and C-Level discussion leaders are an integral role in the corporate briefing programs as they look to invest in tools that are.
What: EBC or Meeting Managers are looking for tools to more effectively manage the on-site and in-person customer experience but also to extend the.
What: Customers are looking for a way to connect with brands and vice versa. Becoming a community member offers a mobile-first approach to connecting.
What: Single sign-on leverages your company's secure authentication portals with the CXApp login/registration processes so your users only have to.
What: Social mapping leverages business relevant criteria in-app to share a relative allocation of users across meeting, event, or program audience.
What: The CXApp Platform integrates seamlessly with multiple 3rd party registration, CRM, and event management services API's to streamline your.
What: Metrics aggregate data based on app engagement. KPI’s are mapped to specific touchpoints that provide insights into user behavior.
What: News feeds aggregate all the content your users want all in one place by collecting different types of editorial content that is relevant to your.
What: Each customer invited to your EBC or event will receive credentials to log into their specific meeting. The on-boarding process is your chance to.
What: In-app surveys help you take the pulse of the audience for real-time responses from event and meeting attendees that provide you with contextual.
What: Content is an important corporate asset. In-app eContent is your ability to create and store more digital versions of traditional print items.
What: Native push notifications and in-app messaging help program managers send meaningful reminders, updates and links to all attendees or specific.
What: Agendas are a clickable, scrollable, searchable hub for important session details that help manage attendee expectations leading up to and most.
What: The activity stream is a real-time aggregation of user engagement across targeted social media streams, managed content, and posts from the.
What: Polls are short-format questionnaires that allow users to quickly respond to a pre-determined subset of contextually relevant responses in.
What: Beacons are small, battery-powered, portable devices that use BLE technology (Bluetooth Low Energy) to transmit signals to devices, such as.
As the country closes out a very dramatic general election, you may be tired of hearing about ‘polls’. However, polls are a critical method of.
People want to be heard, and they want to know that you're 'listening' to them not just 'hearing' them. Give them a chance with in-app surveys. Real-time.
No this is not misdirection. I am not going to saw you in half. I have nothing up my sleeve. Ok, so what’s the gimmick? Beacons.