Triage Quickstart Empowers Customers to Tag Cases with Pre-Built and Custom Classifiers
Forethought, the human-centered AI platform, announced the launch of Triage Quickstart, an extension of Triage that allows customers to automate case tagging with clicks.
“We know that support agents are focused on getting to customer issues as quickly as possible, but they’re stuck doing mundane tasks like manually prioritizing, categorizing, and routing cases,” said Sambhav Galada, Triage Product Manager at Forethought. “We created Triage Quickstart to instantly automate the process of tagging cases without any coding required, enabling customer experience leaders to understand support inquiries at scale.”
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“Gusto serves hundreds of thousands of businesses across the US”
Triage Quickstart includes a mix of pre-built and custom classifiers that automatically predicts case characteristics, properly prioritizes, and routes to the right team. This includes classifiers like sentiment analysis, spam detection, urgency detection, language routing, root cause analysis and more. Triage Quickstart provides customers:
- Pre-Built Classifiers: Access ready-to-install classifiers that automatically suggest field values and route cases, enabling agents to accelerate response time.
- Custom Tagging: Empower agents with personalized classifiers like CSAT, product feedback, and more.
- Seamless Helpdesk Integration: Connect with environments like Zendesk, Salesforce and other support platforms – allowing agents to automate tagging in their preferred helpdesk.
“Gusto serves hundreds of thousands of businesses across the US,” said Natalie Fochtman, Gusto. “Forethought Triage has been an important tool we use to empower our Customer Experience teams to better serve our customers by making it easier and faster to route the right cases to the right team.”
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