6 Ways To Create A Great Customer Experience

6 Ways To Create A Great Customer Experience

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Businesses with their customers intact and retained are the ones who flourish in long term. And the management of these customers require a broad framework of strategies to encapsulate the best of their experiences with the business organization that leads to increased revenue thereafter. 

These customer experiences get started defining from the very first interaction with customers of your organization and leads throughout their journey while becoming a happy and loyal customer. No doubt, why it is so integral to develop meaningful relationships with them because customers who have positive experiences with a business are more likely to become consistent and loyal inputs that will ultimately help in achieving customer’s highest level of satisfaction rates and increased revenues. 

All this requires a well laid foundation of strategies to create great customer experiences and reduces churn, let’s look into some of them:

  • Customer-Focused Vision: The very first step is to carve out a clear customer-focused vision to formulate in your organization. These can be a set of 

statements acting as your guiding principles which will carry the behavior of the organization ahead. Every team member should inculcate these principles in all the areas of training and development. 

  • Understand who your customers are: The next step is to bring in consideration the different types of customers who are dealing with your customer service teams. If we can identify the actual needs and potential customers, delivering them correct services will become an easy task. 
  • Create an emotional connection: The best customer experiences are acclaimed when a team member creates an emotional connection with a customer. Research has shown that more than 50% of an experience is based on an emotion which drives the attitude of the customer’s decision. A business that strives for an emotional connection outperforms competitors in sales growth. 
  • Ask for Feedback: A feedback in real time is an important tool to make interactions effective. Post-interaction surveys or follow up mails are some of the useful strategies in order to gain some insightful feedback.
  •  Assessment of qualitative output: It is a crucial step to assess the customer service team while evaluating the quality of their services being delivered to the customers. Duly checking the quality of phone and email communication, while scheduling their group training and learning, helps in delivering the best output towards the effective customer experience.  
  • Measure the ROI: After delivering excellent customer services, you need to measure and compare the return of ROI in order to track the right path of the process and investment in the organization. The fall or curve in the ROI report will help in identifying the pitfalls in the working of the organization while meeting their customer’s requirements and creating a benchmark in customer experiences. 

A business cannot exist without its customers, and this is why companies are focusing on how to win new business and, perhaps more importantly, retain existing customers. If you want your customers to stay loyal, you have to invest in their experience! Customers expect every interaction, end-to-end, to be the best experience they have with any company – not just yours!

Looking forward to empowering your customers and customer experience? Contact Cloud Analogy.

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Sachin Arora

Scrum Master and Principal Solutions Architect
Sachin, a renowned Scrum Master and Principal Solutions Architect at Cloud Analogy, has rich experience when it comes to working on process improvement in a fast-paced environment maintaining high level of quality in all deliverables. Sachin's expertise lies in varied hardware and software environments including Cloud technologies such as Salesforce, AWS, Cloud Foundry & Google App Engine and Mobile.

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