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ADA introduces WhatsApp Business Platform to transform CX for medium and large businesses in APAC

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ADA introduces WhatsApp Business Platform to transform CX for medium and large businesses in APAC

• ADA becomes a WhatsApp Business Solution Provider

• ADA’s data and AI insights drive end-to-end business solutions

ADA is now a WhatsApp Business Solution Provider (BSP) in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Through the WhatsApp Business Platform, ADA will empower businesses to connect with their customers in a private and secure environment across its markets in South and Southeast Asia.

More than two billion people around the world use WhatsApp, and it is the most popular messaging application in Southeast Asia.

As the number of people using this app will continue to rise with the growth of digital consumers across the region, brands and businesses will need to better connect and communicate with their customers who are turning to chat with businesses on WhatsApp.

WhatsApp Business Platform allows businesses to drive better conversations with their customers in a personalised manner, thus boosting customer engagement and increasing customer satisfaction, leading to better sales conversions.

For instance, a telecommunications company can free up customer support to focus on servicing more complex care issues, which can improve customer engagement and reduce operational costs significantly.

With recovery making its way across Southeast Asia and as retailers bounce back from Covid-19, WhatsApp chatbots can also give operators in-store support to help guide the customer journey and enhance every bit of the customer experience.

ADA Cambodia country director Klara Grintal said: “With WhatsApp Business Platform we look forward to delivering a truly seamless end-to-end business solution for our clients here in Cambodia, across all our practices – eCommerce, MarTech, business insights and marketing services.

The face of chat commerce as we know it will soon change, with the integration of our AI and machine learning models, which will deepen the level of personalisation and quality of conversations.”

Discover more about ADA’s Customer Engagement Solutions and the WhatsApp Business Platform.

About ADA

ADA is a data and artificial intelligence company that designs and executes integrated digital, analytics, and marketing solutions.

Operating across 10 markets in South and Southeast Asia, ADA partners with leading brands to drive their digital and data maturity, and achieve their business goals.

It is anchored on the following main services – providing business insights, data enrichment and advanced analytics; understanding the consumer mindset and designing data-driven creative marketing strategies; and executing end-to-end digital marketing solutions for growth hacking, funnel optimisation, and goal optimisation.

ADA complements its unique digital expertise with deep proprietary data of 375 million consumers.


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