Guest Post: Not Everyone Makes a Great Customer
It’s Monday morning and the last place you want to be after a stressful weekend at your in-law’s house is at work. You’d much rather be at home or perhaps at a spa. But as luck would have it, not five minutes into your day you get an upset customer going off about how their Handy-Made 5000 broke on first use and your company makes shoddy products and needs to replace it immediately. Could the day get any worse?
Your customer service team is not only the first point of contact for your customers but also one of the heartbeats of your company culture. Their interactions with customers can often be representative of how a customer feels about your company and if they enjoy working with you. So what can you do to create a strong link between company culture and customer service? Here are a few ideas…
To increase business efficiency you want the best help desk ticketing system possible. Not only will a great help desk solution eliminate confusion and enable your team to better help customers, it can streamline your entire customer service department.In your search for the best help desk application for your business, look for the following 5 features that are a must-have for any business-to-business (B2B) customer support solution.
Despite the widely accepted tenet that “the customer is always right”, the reality is that the statement completely depends on who the customer is and how you define “right”.