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Listen and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback
Listen and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback. Templates and Other Computer Software to Use In Your Dynamic System in relation to Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback. Customer service means being aware of needs, problems, and fears. Studies have shown that the cost of acquiring a customer is seven to ten times that of retaining a current customer. And according to The Harvard School of Business, even a 5 percent improvement in customer retention can boost profits up to 85 percent. How do companies retain a loyal and consistent customer base? They listen, learn, and adapt—find out more.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Listen and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback Listen and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback Source: Mindshare Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Customer service means being aware of needs, problems, and fears. Studies have shown that the cost of acquiring a customer is seven to ten times that of retaining a current customer. And according to The Harvard School of Business, even a 5 percent improvement in customer retention can boost profits up to
8/3/2009 3:22:00 PM

Customer Profile: Multi-Chem
Oilfield production chemicals company Multi-Chem needed a new workflow solution to help manage key documents and processes. The solution needed to reflect the processes employees were currently using, control the workflow of those processes, and pinpoint the location and status of documents. Find out how the company implemented a solution that helped it move away from hard copy forms and inefficient processes.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Customer Profile: Multi-Chem Customer Profile: Multi-Chem Source: BP Logix, Inc Document Type: Case Study Description: Oilfield production chemicals company Multi-Chem needed a new workflow solution to help manage key documents and processes. The solution needed to reflect the processes employees were currently using, control the workflow of those processes, and pinpoint the location and status of documents. Find out how the company implemented a solution that helped it move away from hard copy forms and
3/23/2010 11:40:00 AM

How to Measure Customer Satisfaction
Organizations often rely on surveys and questionnaires to determine customer satisfaction ratings, but such methods merely offer a perceived customer rating. Obtaining a realistic measure of customer satisfaction involves computing a metric based on a composite customer satisfaction rating system.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: How to Measure Customer Satisfaction How to Measure Customer Satisfaction Murali Chemuturi - April 13, 2009 Read Comments Project-based organizations place a lot of emphasis on customer satisfaction, and rightly so, as customer satisfaction is the key for improving these companies internal processes. A customer satisfaction rating (CSR) is often obtained through a questionnaire—the customer satisfaction survey (CSS). This method, however, suffers from the drawback of customers likely being emotionally
4/13/2009

Customer Data Integration: A Primer
Customer data integration (CDI) involves consolidation of customer information for a centralized view of the customer experience. Implementing CDI within a customer relationship management initiative can help provide organizations with a successful framework to manage data on a continuous basis.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Customer Data Integration: A Primer Customer Data Integration: A Primer Lyndsay Wise - September 11, 2009 Read Comments Introduction Implementing a customer data management system can be the difference between success and failure in terms of leveraging an organization s customer relationship management (CRM) system. Since customers drive profitability, organizations need a way to provide their employees with a single view of the customer and to provide that customer with above-average customer service.
9/11/2009

Momentum Webcast: Customer Relationship Management: Secrets to CRM Success
Momentum Webcast: Customer Relationship Management: Secrets to CRM Success

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Momentum Webcast: Customer Relationship Management: Secrets to CRM Success Momentum Webcast: Customer Relationship Management: Secrets to CRM Success Source: Microsoft Document Type: Web Cast Description: Momentum Webcast: Customer Relationship Management: Secrets to CRM Success Momentum Webcast: Customer Relationship Management: Secrets to CRM Success style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Microsoft Learn more about Microsoft Readers who downloaded this web cast also read
8/15/2008 3:54:00 PM

Is Fourth Shift Succeeding in Providing Complete Customer Care ?
On July 25, Fourth Shift Corporation and SupplierMarket.com announced a partnership that will enable purchasing professionals to locate ideal trading partners, submit RFQs for new contracts, and receive the results of reverse auctions, all from their familiar Fourth Shift vendor operations, manufacturing planning and scheduling, and product definition screens. Earlier, on July 18, Fourth Shift Corporation reported a loss of $.37 per share for the second quarter ended June 30, 2000.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Is Fourth Shift Succeeding in Providing Complete Customer Care ? Is Fourth Shift Succeeding in Providing Complete Customer Care ? P.J. Jakovljevic - August 14, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - August 14, 2000 Event Summary According to a press release from July 25, Fourth Shift Corporation, a Minneapolis-based global application software vendor for small-to-medium enterprises (SME) and SupplierMarket.com, an Internet marketplace that provides mutual benefits to buyers and suppliers of manufactured
8/14/2000

Great Plains Taps The Web To Deliver Product Support
Great Plains has expanded eSupport, its web-based technical support service. The new service promises to provide customers and partners with higher levels of service while increasing Great Plains’ operational efficiency. Here’s how Great Plains uses the web to augment its technical support services.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Great Plains Taps The Web To Deliver Product Support Great Plains Taps The Web To Deliver Product Support L. Talarico - December 5, 2000 Read Comments L. Talarico - December 5, 2000 Event Summary Great Plains Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: GPSI) delivers ERP and CRM applications to the mid-market. The company recently announced the expansion of eSupport, a web-based technical support service that complements its traditional telephone support. Great Plains develops ERP and CRM applications aimed at the
12/5/2000

Alternative Software Support and Maintenance Options
Smart companies are investigating all possible software support and maintenance (S&M) options. Alternative software S&M is not for all businesses, but it seems a logical option for technologically conservative (and savvy) companies that do not need all the available upgrades.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Alternative Software Support and Maintenance Options Alternative Software Support and Maintenance Options P.J. Jakovljevic - April 11, 2007 Read Comments Enterprises have choices when it comes to software support and maintenance (S&M) providers. Several, less costly options exist for any company that is considering discontinuing S&M for an application. For more background on software maintenance and support, please see Will User Enterprises Ever Get onto an Easy (Support and Maintenance) Street? , Support
4/11/2007

Distribution: Costs Down, Customer Loyalty Up
Do distributors always have to settle for a trade-off between cost management and customer service? Is it impossible to keep costs down, yet still respond to customer needs and provide high-value products? Cost control needn’t impinge on customer service, and in fact, efficient processes can result in happier customers. How to use an integrated business management system to promote efficiency isn’t a secret—learn more.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Distribution: Costs Down, Customer Loyalty Up Distribution: Costs Down, Customer Loyalty Up Source: Microsoft Document Type: White Paper Description: Do distributors always have to settle for a trade-off between cost management and customer service? Is it impossible to keep costs down, yet still respond to customer needs and provide high-value products? Cost control needn’t impinge on customer service, and in fact, efficient processes can result in happier customers. How to use an integrated business
3/31/2008 11:49:00 AM

Implementing Customer, Product, and Channel Profitability Analytics
To be reliable, cost and profitability analysis must be underpinned with an activity-driven view of how an organization’s products, customers, and channels consume resources and incur costs. However, activity-based costing (ABC) contributes to more reliable customer, product, and channel profitability analysis. In fact, without this foundation, such analyses are critically flawed, and can result in inappropriate decisions and choices.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Implementing Customer, Product, and Channel Profitability Analytics Implementing Customer, Product, and Channel Profitability Analytics Source: Business Objects Document Type: White Paper Description: To be reliable, cost and profitability analysis must be underpinned with an activity-driven view of how an organization’s products, customers, and channels consume resources and incur costs. However, activity-based costing (ABC) contributes to more reliable customer, product, and channel profitability
10/30/2006 3:47:00 PM

A Modern Approach to Improving Customer Support
As products become more complex and customer expectations continue to rise, service and support become increasingly difficult. So how can service and support managers transcend these problems and use each customer interaction to build customer loyalty and drive service leveraged revenue? By empowering customers with Web 2.0 technology and enabling users to manage their own experiences. Find out how.

CMMI CUSTOMER SUPPORT FLOW CHART: A Modern Approach to Improving Customer Support A Modern Approach to Improving Customer Support Source: Aptean Document Type: White Paper Description: As products become more complex and customer expectations continue to rise, service and support become increasingly difficult. So how can service and support managers transcend these problems and use each customer interaction to build customer loyalty and drive service leveraged revenue? By empowering customers with Web 2.0 technology and enabling users to
9/12/2007 9:04:00 AM


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