Researchpaperediting.net to begin a beta test for its new live chat technology ahead of the official launch in May

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Veröffentlicht am: 29.03.2016 03:53
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(Presseportal openBroadcast) - London, UK 16th March, 2016 - Researchpaperediting.net has announced it will start a beta test of its new chat technology that is expected to go live in the next few months. The company says design specs have already been completed and now the testing phase is commencing.
Researchpaperediting.net has been developing the live chat technology for the last few months. The company says that as a way of offering the best possible support, there has to be a complete and innovative solution to live support. The tech will help the research paper editor achieve this and become an elite player in terms of great customer support.
Normally beta tests for software take a few weeks. Researchpaperediting.net says that its tests will be done in two weeks and all bugs will be removed in time for the software launch in May. The research paper editing service provider will take the tests very seriously to ensure once the live chat tech launches it works without problems.
In addition to this, the company will commission third party testers to look at the code, the interface and the general feel of the tool to ensure it has the best possible application procedures. With innovative live chat, Researchpaperediting.net says that its edit research paper services will improve a notch.
The provider will also have the lucky break it needs to consolidate its growth and its customer base. There will also be a positive impact on its academic proofreading services once everything takes place. If you are not sure how you can benefit from the agency please feel free to get more information on its website. The company always responds to any queries in time so please make your way to the official page at http://www.researchpaperediting.net/.

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