Sepang [Malaysia]: Leading low-cost carrier Air Asia on Wednesday announced that it has chosen Salesforce, the global leader in customer relationship management, to be its strategic technology partner as the airline revamps its customer care for the digital era.
AirAsia partners with Salesforce to revamp its customer care segment
AirAsia service agents across eight countries will now have a single view of all cases from all support channels - web, phone, email, live chat, airport communications, and their complete history, allowing them to provide higher levels of personalised service.
The Salesforce Community Cloud powers the AirAsia support community in eight different languages and empowers guests to self-serve with a knowledge database, allowing AirAsia to boost service standards, raise productivity levels and the capabilities of their service agents and continue to raise the bar for the airline industry.
" Salesforce is the heart of this customer-obsessed approach as it gives us a complete view of our guests across all channels, allowing us to deliver a faster, more personalised service," said AirAsia group CEO, Tony Fernandes.
"Complaints are free market research. Someone took the effort to write to you to tell you where things went wrong and how they should be improved. These are things that companies pay a lot of money for consultants to tell them that same thing so we treat every complaint preciously.
I strongly urge our guests to make full use of the official support channels below for the fastest resolution by our amazing customer happiness team led by Mimi Phua," Fernandes added.
"In today's competitive landscape, airlines need to be attuned to customers' needs, sometimes before they know it.
AirAsia is a shining example of a customer-centric company constantly pushing the envelopes of innovation," said EVP and general manager, Salesforce Asia Pacific, Mark Innes.
"Salesforce is uniquely positioned to help Air Asia on its journey to customer centricity and is proud to be its strategic technology partner," Inned added.