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Crisp vs SnapEngage: What are the differences?

What is Crisp? Simple Customer service built for startups. Chat with website visitors, integrate your favorite tools, and deliver a great customer experience.

What is SnapEngage? Live Chat For enterprising companies. SnapEngage is a powerful Live Chat solution. Without installing any software, your Sales and Support teams can chat with your website visitors while they browse. Agents are using their preferred instant messaging solution and don't need to learn yet another system.

Crisp and SnapEngage belong to "Customer Support Chat" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Crisp are:

  • Chat with your customers for free
  • Apps for any device
  • Offline email responses

On the other hand, SnapEngage provides the following key features:

  • Multiple Widgets
  • Co-Browsing
  • Custom Data Mapping
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What is Crisp?

Chat with website visitors, integrate your favorite tools, and deliver a great customer experience.

What is SnapEngage?

SnapEngage is a powerful Live Chat solution. Without installing any software, your Sales and Support teams can chat with your website visitors while they browse. Agents are using their preferred instant messaging solution and don't need to learn yet another system.
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      Avatar of Volkan Özçelik
      Volkan Özçelik uses CrispCrisp

      Crisp is a realtime chat widget that, unlike its competitors, does not demand your leg and kidney to deliver a decent service.

      It works great for zerotoherojs.com and I recommend anyone if they have a similar need.

      Even their free tier is more than enough for the majority of the use cases that you can think of.

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      Fangoo uses CrispCrisp

      We love the easy way we can communicate with our customers. Seamlessly.

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      In Situ Training uses CrispCrisp

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