Today more than ever before, maintaining the highest level of customer’s satisfaction remains essential. Beyond excellent quality of products or services, it is necessary, even vital, to be able to efficiently manage after-sales processes, and especially customer complaints.
Preserve your customer satisfaction at the top-level
Customer complaints are most of the time expressed by phone, email, or online forms, and must be treated as proactively as possible to preserve your customer satisfaction at the top-level. Which we all know that it can be difficult sometimes, depending among others on the total amount of complaints on hold.
Falling within organisations’ efforts of digital transformation, managing customer complaints electronically must now be business owner’s first priority, if it wasn’t already the case previously.
Digital features must simplify complaints’ management, from their registration until their closing, so that your co-workers are able to provide a fluent, pleasant, and positive experience to their customers. You should meanwhile place the customer at any time as the central concern, in order to lead an efficient care program.
To answer those essential needs, several “turnkey” platforms exist and can manage all phases of a customer complaint. Perfectly suited to Support Teams, a dedicated platform will enable you to handle:
Its distribution to the different departments of the company concerned for investigation, validation, and resolution,
Communication in real-time with your customers,
Trends analytics to identify dysfunction’s sources.
On top of managing customer complaints effectively, you will also be able to run electronic satisfaction surveys, in order to quantify customer satisfaction’s rate and take action proactively from that.
Digital workflows help you to strengthen customer loyalty
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