Customer Service & Engagement

Give your team the tools to understand why and how customers buy—and your customers the tools to take control of their post-purchase journey with Manhattan Active® Customer Engagement.

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Customer Service That’s Easier for Everyone

One App for All Needs

With the integration of customer engagement solutions into a single app, agents can effortlessly access and manage all aspects of the customer's journey in one place.

Guided Workflows

Dashboard and work queues allow agents to respond quickly and open cases easily.

Unified Commerce

Agents have access to more data through combined capabilities from order management and CRM.

Cross-Channel Visibility

See customer activity across channels and get a timeline of changes for each order.

360-Degree Customer Profile

Access all customer interactions in one place—regardless of communication channel.

Easier for Connected Customer Engagement

Get a unified view of all tasks, appointments, and look books.

Provide Control

Customers can opt to take over certain tasks—freeing your support staff.

Enable Order Changes and Tracking

Give customers access to order tracking, returns, and exchanges—plus post-purchase changes to orders, pickup, and delivery.

Equip with AI Support

Offer virtual assistants (like Alexa) so customers have less need to contact support.

Accelerate Understanding

Assess issues faster with automated recognition of customers and their order history.

Resolve Issues Faster

By integrating customer engagement software, you can seamlessly incorporate case creation, assignment, monitoring, escalation, and resolution with your order management system, streamlining the entire customer experience.

Handle Issues Easier

See important KPIs, open cases, and critical communications with a unified console view.

Empower Digital Self-Service

Let your customers take charge from their own device - with options that range from direct messaging to flexible pickup and delivery changes.

Expand Your Contact Center

Give your agents access to more data and newer tools—so they can solve issues before they become problems.

Build Better Relationships Through Clienteling

Leverage structured data provided by the app to personalize all your customer interactions.

The Manhattan Active® Platform

A cloud-native, evergreen, and extensible foundation engineered to handle the most complex supply chain networks in the world.

Composable Microservices

API-first architecture with automated scalability, resiliency, and availability. Every component is part of a shared application platform.

Innovation Independence

Our low code, no code, your code development strategy means you pick what method of configuration and customization works best for you—with as much support as you want or need.

Continuous Updates

Every 90 days, all Manhattan Active solutions automatically receive new features and enhancements.


What you’ll need to know about Customer Relationship Management systems.

CRM systems are software that manages and analyzes any and all interactions with the customer.

CRM systems typically include contact management, case management, sales management, and customer service and support—managing interactions through  channels such as email, phone, and social media.

A CRM system improves the customer experience while increasing customer retention. 

Here’s how:

  • Improved customer insight by gathering and analyzing data such as purchase history and preferences, which can be used to personalize marketing.
  • Better-managed sales activities and lead tracking, to improve processes and increase revenue.
  • Enhanced customer service by tracking complaints and responding efficiently.
  • Increased operational efficiency to streamline processes, automate repetitive tasks, and improve communication between teams.

In retail, digital self-service refers to the use of technologies that enable customers to serve themselves—particularly post-purchase. 

Digital self-service offers cost savings because it minimizes the need to use store and contact center resources for common requests. Common technologies: 

  • Interactive kiosks to browse products, place orders, and make payments.
  • Mobile apps to browse products, create shopping lists, and make purchases.
  • Virtual assistants, such as chatbots or voice-activated devices.
  • Self-checkout to scan and pay for purchases.

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