Will wearable technology change the face of customer service?

Supplied by ClickSoftware Australia Pty Ltd on Wednesday, 07 October, 2015


Wearable technology is becoming more mainstream and technology advancements are made every day. The capabilities of wearables are now beginning to emerge for retail, enterprise and consumers. They are soon to become the interface between body, apps, data and services. This creates great opportunities for the customer service space.

Download this white paper for 50 innovative examples of wearable technology for customer service today.


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