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A Complaint is a Gift

Submitted by on Monday, 28 June 2010No Comment

Are your service complaints getting through?

If not, it could be because your front line people are treating customer complaints not as an opportunity, but as a threat.

Research conducted by the customer service company TARP has found that 50% of customers don’t complain when they encounter a problem. More alarmingly perhaps, the complaint handling process of the other 50% who do complain is poor. Few of these complaints are reported to management.

This has a catastrophic effect on business value drivers such as customer loyalty and advocacy. Poor customer service experiences (and especially service recovery) destroys brand value and severely impacts company profitability, as the report shows.

A copy of the report is available in pdf format here.

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