We enable organizations using Microsoft Skype for Business/ Lync to easily incorporate a real-time presence-enabled, web chat service on their website.
Our hosted version of Web Chat works on O365, Lync 2013 (online / on premise) and Skype for Business (online / on premise) and as long as your company is federated with Enabling Technologies Inc (enablingtechcorp.com), then you can take advantage of this easy to implement Live Chat solution.
To us, this meant thinking about live chat more than just messaging.
The result was an elegant but power-packed platform designed to drive sales and customer happiness by providing a range of tools and services that includes 24/7 chat operators who can handle chat when your team is away; award winning chat software that literally powers call centers, chat integration that runs in parallel with your Facebook, Twitter and Email campaigns and even built-to-spec options to plug into apps and services.
With the flexibility of multiple landing pages, each Web Chat landing page can have its own set of agents groups.
Customize which “Departments” are enabled for what landing page.
The first major web chat client that was used worldwide was ICQ. ICQ was originally released in November 1996, and was freely available to anyone with a computer and Internet connection.
By 2001, ICQ had over 100 million users registered out of the 361 million Internet users there were worldwide.
Mibbit chat runs on all PC and Mac browsers, and if you're not at a PC it also works on PS3, Wii and i Phone too!
Users will always get the latest version of a chat service because no software installation or updates are required.
Web chats (also known as messengers, IM, or instant messengers) have been around for decades, almost as long as email.
Just choose your nickname, pick a channel and press go!
You don't need to sign up for an account and you can use it wherever you are with just a web browser.