TimeTrade+Assist–the Perfect Partnership
Co-founder of Assist, Robert Stephens, shares why he's passionate about making things easier for the everyday consumer, and how he plans to do it.
Home Run from Salesforce World Tour Boston
Any Red Sox fan knows that the home-opener in Fenway Park is always a big event on the calendar! This year, the Red Sox game served as a great backdrop to the Salesforce Boston World Tour. With that in mind, let’s take a review of the recent Boston World Tour through a baseball lens.
TimeTrade Hosts MassTLC to Reveal How AI is Transforming Customer Engagement
As a SaaS company headquartered in the middle of this innovation hotbed, TimeTrade values opportunities to share insights and perspectives in the high-growth field of AI-powered sales and marketing.
Intelligent Appointment Scheduling™: AI’s new role in optimizing customer engagement
In this report, we’ve defined Intelligent Appointment Scheduling™ (IAS), and explore how Artificial Intelligence and IAS work together. Read the report and find out how Intelligent Appointment Scheduling can benefit your business.
Superheroes Aren’t the Only Ones Who Use Shields
TimeTrade’s release of Scheduler for Salesforce with Shield Support ensures that marketers, salespeople, bankers and wealth managers can utilize Scheduler’s Intelligent Appointment Setting in the most secure applications.
National Bank of Canada: Making customer service the key to successful in-person banking
As in-person banking is transforming, branches need to be ready to work with today's technology, opening the doors to new levels of customer service experience that enable more growth and an expanded customer base.
IBM: Riding the AI Wave to Engage Its Customers
The integration of Watson AI and TimeTrade’s Intelligent Appointment Scheduling platform makes it possible, and practical, for IBM to connect highly qualified internal experts with high value prospects.
Credit Unions Prove Bigger Isn’t Always Better for Personalizing Customer Engagement
Using TimeTrade, Amplify members can now pick what times they want to schedule in-person meetings, while credit union staff can identify exactly the right person to service the member’s individual needs.