In these tough economic conditions, most businesses are just thinking about how to survive. But if you’re brave and move fast, it’s actually possible to find new opportunities to grow.
Articles on Customer Engagement, Support, Product, and more
News & Updates 5 min read
This month, we’ve been working on email, security, and tooltips – and that’s just the beginning. Welcome to the November…
Support 13 min read
Using automation as part of your customer support offering can change the game for your business – as long as you maintain a thoughtful, personal approach. Here’s how to balance automation and personalization.
Growth 32 min listen
Between balancing strategic interests and hammering out the tiniest of details, merging two companies is a delicate dance that, even in the best of cases, can take its toll. Even when all is said and done, a nagging question remains: what next?
Growth 24 min listen
From finding the first customers to having no choice but to go remote, bootstrapping is a challenge for any entrepreneur. What does it take to grow a new business in a competitive market with such limited resources?
Product & Design 26 min listen
More and more established companies are creating semi-autonomous units to drive new innovation. We talk to Atlassian, Vermeer, and Gartner about how they do it.
Product & Design 3 min read
At Intercom, when we say ‘What you ship is what matters’, we are essentially saying that our deliverable is the end product or feature that our customers use – what gets into their hands. Customers don’t pay for design files, they pay for solutions that solve their problems.
News & Updates 2 min read
Our teams are dedicated to ensuring that Intercom achieves the scale, reliability, interoperability, and world-class standards of privacy and compliance that our customers need to deliver a stellar customer experience.
Support 20 min listen
With support teams going remote and providing out-of-hours coverage in different time zones, it’s more important than ever to run an organized, productive ship. Do manual scheduling practices have a place in the modern support experience?
Support 4 min read
Almost all businesses still use email to acquire, engage, and support their customers – but a simple email is no longer enough. As the quantity of emails landing in customer inboxes grows, so do customer expectations.