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Customer Satisfaction

Customer Satisfaction. Entrepreneurship 6, 2013. Class Objectives. Students are aware how customer satisfaction plays a role in business sustainability Students understand aspects that govern your customer satisfaction. Entrepreneurship 6, 2013. Are your customers satisfied?.

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Customer Satisfaction

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  1. Customer Satisfaction Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  2. Class Objectives Students are aware how customer satisfaction plays a role in business sustainability Students understand aspects that govern your customer satisfaction Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  3. Are your customers satisfied? Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  4. "Customer satisfaction is the degree to which the needs, desires, and expectations of the customers will come and met or exceeded through a transaction that will result in repeat purchase or loyalty that continues“ (Band, 1991) Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  5. Repeat Order Customer Loyalties Cross Selling Customer Satisfaction Positive Feedback New Customers Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  6. Customer Satisfaction Typology Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  7. Topics Factors of Customer Satisfaction Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  8. The Big 8 Factors 1 Performance 5 Durability 2 Features 6 Serviceability 3 Reliability 7 Aesthetics 4 Conformance 8 Perceived Quality Entrepreneurship 6, 2013 *Hanan and Karp, 1991

  9. Performance Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  10. Features Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  11. Reliability Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  12. Conformance Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  13. Durability Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  14. Serviceability Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  15. Aesthetics KIA Sportage 2011, Red Dot Awards 2011 Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  16. Perceived Quality Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  17. Topics Customer Loyalties Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

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  19. How to lose your Customer Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  20. Customer Reaction Entrepreneurship 6, 2013 • Loyal Customer will give positive feedback to you and other potential customers • Satisfied Customer will recommend product to other people • Satisfied Customer will give positive feedback when asked

  21. What are some of the simplest ways to show your customers that you value them? Smile at them and genuinely greet them. get to know your customers names and preferences. Learn how your customers use your products and services. Ask for their ideas and suggestions on how to improve or change your products or business.

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  23. Service Profit Chain Employee Satisfaction Value Customer Satisfaction Customer Loyalty Profit & Growth Result from high quality support services and policies Create by satisfied, loyal and productive employee Influenced value of services provided for customer Result from customer satisfaction Stimulated primarily by customer loyalty Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  24. “As your Customers needs change you company needs to change to meet them” Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  25. Topics Improving Customer Service Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  26. Improving Customer Service Entrepreneurship 6, 2013 • Stay in contact with customers on a regular basisAsk customers if they want to be updated by e-mail. Follow-up after each sale to see if they are satisfied with their purchase. Send an e-mail out a few days after their purchase, another in a week or two, and then another in a month. *Catherine Franz, Ten Ways To Help You Improve Your Customer Service

  27. Create a customer focus group by inviting 10 to 20 loyal customers to meet regularly. Alternatively, send out a monthly survey to this group asking for ideas and input on how to improve your customer service. Give them a reward. Pay them, give them a gift certificate, or send them free product. • Have a web site that is easy to navigate. Add a frequently asked question's "FAQ" page and explain anything that might confuse your customers or visitors. Follow-up with an electronic survey with questions on how to increase your site's user-friendliness. Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  28. Entrepreneurship 6, 2013 4. Resolve customer complaints quickly and completely. Answer all e-mail and phone calls within a few hours. This will show your customers you really care about them. 5. Don't make your customers or visitors hunt for your contact information. Make it easy for them to contact you. Offer as many contact methods as possible. Hyperlink all your e-mail addresses so they don't have to find or type it. Offer a toll free number.

  29. If you have strategic alliances or employees, make sure they are familiar with your customer service policy. Give your employees bonuses or incentives to practice excellent customer service. Tell employees to be flexible with each individual customer, each one has different concerns, needs and wants. • Give your customers more than they expect. Send thank you gifts to long time customers. E-mail them greeting cards on holidays or birthdays if you have their address or online cards if you only have their e-mail address and name. Give bonuses to your customers who make a big purchase or multiple purchases. Entrepreneurship 6, 2013

  30. U-welcome, please, and thank you and can never be over used. Be polite no matter what. Admit and apologize for mistakes quickly and make it up to them in BIG ways if you want them to continue being a customer. • Reward in points -- give customers a point for every dollar they spend. Set up a points-earned sheet. E-mail the customer an update monthly. If they send you a referral they get 10 points, if they buy something add 10 more points. • If your business is local, invite customers to your office for lunches, parties, barbecues, dances, seminars or other special events.

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