Simple customer service software that scales with your business. Kayako makes it easy to deliver an unrivalled customer support experience.
Kayako is the world’s leading multi-channel customer support platform, trusted by more than 30,000 organizations worldwide. Whether over email, the web, tickets, live chat, calls or self-service, your customers’ support history is tracked in one place and can be accessed from anywhere.
Proven, powerful and accessible support tools without the expense or rocket science.
With 13 years of experience, Kayako is one of the original pioneers of the multichannel helpdesk and one of the very first to bring the helpdesk to the cloud.
Organizations of all types and sizes – from microbusiness to the enterprise – trust Kayako to power their customer service. Find out how some of them do it.
Also, Kayako brings together an active community of managers, developers and helpdesk pros with one thing in common: a passion for great customer service.
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