Comm100 is a live chat platform for businesses. Comm100’s solutions include contact center engagement, live monitoring and stats, and real-time translation. Businesses can use Comm100 to engage with customers and improve customer satisfaction rates.
Monthly Pricing (per agent)
Pros: Fantastic reporting capabilities, and great chat history and rating features.
Cons: It lacks a time tracker for the duration of the chat.
Bottomline: Awesome platform to efficiently manage live chat processes.
Comm100 Key Information Table:
1 (877) 305-0464
1112 W Pender Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 2S1, Canada
What is Comm100’s price range?
Comm100 plans range from $29.00 to $49.00 per month. If you want an Enterprise plan, you can contact Comm100 here to get a quote.
Is there a Comm100 free trial?
Yes, a 15-day free trial is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.
Where can I find the Comm100 login?
You can go to www.comm100.com and “Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.
What are some Comm100 alternatives?
A few years ago (2006–2009) I used a website call Comm100: Enterprise Live Chat Software for Online Sales & Support i feel its the best out there, however at that time it was absolutly free but now they charge. Please check it out very easy to use platform and easy to integrate.
The best live chat system for all business website.
Comm100 Live Chat has got plenty of outstanding features!
I would any time recommend Comm100. Excellent services
I can honestly compare and contrast BoldChat and Comm100 because I have used them both. I used BoldChat a few years ago when I worked sales at PrintLabelandMail.com and I am currently using Comm100. They are very similar to be honest with you. They both have manual invite options. They both offered real time analytics but, Comm100 lets you track customers from page to page in site and lets you know where they came from and what keywords they are used for... Both Comm100 and BoldChat are over-priced.BUT, Comm100 lets you sign up for a 30 day trial, no credit card needed. You'll get a nice little countdown reminding you that your chatting is about to expire. And then on day 31.... It stops. The nagging that is, not your Comm100 chat software.The only reason I can tell that Comm100 does this, is that the do not want to lose the link juice (they have some nasty hidden contextual links behind the chat, real black hat).