HSBC on using messaging together with powerful automation to transform the bank's experience for customers and agents alike.Event closed
October 6, 2020
11:00 am EDT / 4:00 pm BST
What to expect:
Hear from HSBC's Global Head of Conversational Banking, Nathan Pearson as he takes us through how the bank is blending intelligent automation and human empathy, at scale, to build messaging experiences for their customers. Find out how HSBC's Conversational strategy has unlocked exciting new career paths for its customer service agents.
With HSBC's current messaging volume reaching 800,000+ conversations per month, and projected volume to reach 10,000,000 conversations per month by the end of 2024, the team knew they needed a solution that could scale with ease, without sacrificing customer experience. HSBC's Global Head of Conversational Banking, Nathan Pearson will walk us through how his team blends intelligent automation and human empathy, at scale, to build efficient and highly personalized messaging experiences for their customers. The bank's focus on automation has created new career paths for its customer service agents – including Conversation Designers and Chatbot Managers – empowering agents to become part of the journey in building a Conversational bank.
Hear directly from Nathan Pearson, Global Head of Conversational Banking at HSBC on:
Nathan Pearson is the Global Head of Conversational Banking at HSBC and is responsible for delivering the Conversational Banking agenda across the firm's globe. Enabling these new capabilities, powered by AI and human support, to fundamentally transform the customer experience in an industry battling digital disruption.
Pearson has broad experience across strategy, deals and transformation in FS, aviation, consumer goods and public sectors.
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