6 Study-Backed Tips for “Best in Class” Customer Service

6 Tips for a Great Customer Service
6 Study-Backed Tips for “Best in Class” Customer Service

Good quality customer service is the best interest for both companies and their customers today. In the markets overflowing with similar products, offering a special memorable service is a foremost way to stand out from the crowd. However, do customers really need service to be special and tricky or do they want their basic needs to be met?

Research shows that the views that companies and their customers have on customer service differ significantly. While 80% of businesses believe they provide excellent customer service, only 8% of customers believe they are actually receiving excellent service.

2017 Customer Service Benchmark Report by SuperOffice proves that the things which companies fail to do in order to meet customer expectations for a good customer service remain quite obvious and basic. However, the number of companies which fail to fulfill the simplest requirements is very impressive. >>>

The 10 Commandments of a Customer Service Religion

10 Commandments of Great Customer Service
The 10 Commandments of customer service

Today, when customer service is becoming a major differentiator for businesses, it is probably not a blasphemy to call it a new religion – religion for business. If we take on this term, the next step is to adopt some kind of a scripture, a code to live by.

Few weeks after Christmas, I was sitting in my chair and thinking that it would be good to remind myself what is really important. Serving customers is the main job for every business and every department within a business. Everybody understands that now. But what makes up for a good and efficient customer service? What is there that all of us should keep in mind and focus on, what are the guidelines? Like this, I have come up with a list of things, which based on experience, seem to be contributing the most to creating a great experience for clients and a meaningful relationship between a business and its customer. >>>