|By Marketwired .||
|August 29, 2014 02:40 PM EDT||
MATAWAN, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 08/29/14 -- LiveLOOK, a global leader in development of secure, instant-launch, mobile-friendly co-browsing technology recently acquired by Oracle, announced today the release of TrueView. During a co-browsing session using LiveLOOK's Co-Browse technology, the TrueView feature can be used to adjust the agent's view of a customer's screen to match the customer's browser sizing exactly, even resizing in real-time if the customer changes the size of his browser window.
This significantly improves over existing HTML-based co-browsing solutions, which recreate the customer's view for an agent without accounting for how the customer's browser window is sized and how that sizing affects the way website content is displayed to the customer. For example, resizing can trigger different layouts optimized for various screen sizes, or it can require scrolling to view and access site content. Without the ability to view a screen exactly the way it is being displayed to a customer, agents risk frustrating customers by giving directions that are difficult to follow.
"We heard from our customers that even though co-browsing was helping get agents and online visitors on the same page, at times there was still some confusion when content was being displayed a little differently for the customer than how the agent was seeing it due to window sizing," said Igor Khalatian, chief executive officer, LiveLOOK. "TrueView solves this problem by sizing the agent's window to exactly match the customer's, so if the agent needs a customer to scroll up or down or left or right, he knows to communicate that."
TrueView is available immediately for LiveLOOK Co-Browse PremiuM customers.
LiveLOOK is the industry leader for enterprise co-browsing and real-time collaboration technologies. LiveLOOK's product suite enables instant-launch, mobile-friendly co-browsing and is universally compatible. Through an innovative, patented approach to co-browsing technology, LiveLOOK helps companies transform customer engagement. For more information, visit www.LiveLOOK.com
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