LivePerson and Vixia partner to provide online engagement solutions to Japanese market

    LivePerson and Vixia partner to provide online engagement solutions to
                               Japanese market

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, April 22, 2013

NEW YORK, April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --LivePerson, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPSN), a
leading provider of intelligent engagement solutions, today announced a
distribution partnership with Vixia, Inc., a leading interactive digital
marketing company based in Tokyo, to expand its Asia-Pacific presence and
jointly promote LivePerson's online engagement solutions to the Japanese

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LivePerson is a global leader in cloud-based online engagement solutions,
including its award-winning online chat, mobile chat, voice and targeted
content solutions, creating meaningful, real-time connections with digital
customers that result in higher conversion rates and superior customer
experiences across the customer lifecycle. Over 8,500 businesses worldwide use
LivePerson's sophisticated technology and robust intelligence platform to
produce a compelling multi-channel digital experience and measurable business

"Companies in Japan are recognizing the importance of providing an exceptional
customer experience across multiple channels. By partnering with Vixia, our
goal is to more broadly deliver our intelligent digital engagement solutions
to the Japanese market and enable businesses to understand and exceed evolving
consumer expectations, while also improving ROI on their digital properties,"
said Dustin Dean, VP of APAC, LivePerson.

Vixia, a partial subsidiary of one of Japan's largest contact centers, Moshi
Moshi Hotline, Inc, is an innovative digital agency that has introduced
several of the world's leading marketing solutions to the Japanese market. A
leader in delivering customer connection solutions, Moshi Moshi Hotline, Inc
and its group companies currently offer multiple engagement options including
online, phone and in-person customer services.

"With the combined expertise of LivePerson, Vixia, and Moshi Moshi Hotline, we
believe we can offer tremendous value to Japan's fast-growing digital market,
and a uniquely holistic approach to customer engagement that includes best
practices in both digital marketing and contact center solutions," said Robert
LoCascio, Founder and CEO, LivePerson.

"As the eCommerce space in Japan becomes increasingly competitive, businesses
are realizing the need to effectively engage consumers online, and to provide
intelligent, real-time connections in all digital channels," said Tomo
Hanafusa, Vice President of Digital Marketing Services, Vixia. "We're very
excited to work with LivePerson, and to introduce an industry-leading
engagement platform to our base of Japanese customers and prospects."

About LivePerson

LivePerson, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPSN) offers a cloud-based platform that enables
businesses to proactively connect in real-time with their customers via chat,
voice, and content delivery at the right time, through the right channel,
including websites, social media, and mobile devices. This "intelligent
engagement" is driven by real-time behavioral analytics, producing connections
based on a true understanding of business objectives and customer needs.

More than 8,500 companies rely on LivePerson's platform to increase
conversions and improve customer experience, including Hewlett-Packard, IBM,
Microsoft, Verizon, Sky, Walt Disney, PNC, QVC and Orbitz.

LivePerson received the CODiE award for Best Content Management Solution in
2012, and has been named a Market Share Leader by Frost and Sullivan in 2012.
LivePerson is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco,
Atlanta, Santa Monica, Tel Aviv, London and Melbourne.

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Erin Kang
(+1) 212-609-4256

SOURCE LivePerson, Inc.

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