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Customer Care Notes

Customer Care Notes

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Published by Sunil Seth Kakkad
good for service industry
sunil Seth Kakkad
good for service industry
sunil Seth Kakkad

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Published by: Sunil Seth Kakkad on Dec 06, 2011
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Five tips to helping you bring successful resolution toCustomer service issues.
1, Actively Listen
Listening allows you to understand the matter from the customer's perspective, right or wrong.You get to share their thoughts, feeling, emotions and possibly have themeven recommend a feasibly resolution, without charge. In many cases this isall that is required to bring a successful resolution to some situations. Therewas a simply misunderstanding on someone partTreat your customers with respect; listening is an excellent example of showing your concern, compassion and respect.The customer will perceive that you and your company care when you takethe time to listen to their concern. In some instances it will be a legitimateissue your company needs to address. In other cases, it maybe the wrongday, the wrong time, or the wrong people! Just like mixing fuel with flames,an accident waiting to happen.Listening to your customer gives them an opportunity to release some steamand get the heat off their chest.
2. Clarify to get understanding
Clarifying the issues gives you an opportunity to understand the problemand factors that lead to the matter being an issue that requires your attention.
3. Acknowledge something happen
There is a problem, and it needs your attention. Once you acknowledge ityou can then determine what level of management to direct the matter for resolution
4. Resolve it
In many cases the customer will have already told you how they want to seethe problem handled.This being said, the vast majority of customers are honest and reasonable people. Without them there would be no reason to be in business. Your mission statement should include existing, as a business to serve your customers wants needs and desires. This attitude will allow you to seek resolutions that are perceived as reasonable and equitable in your customer'seyesight. It also allows you to maximize the revenue potential of therelationship and not get blinded by the glitter of pennies.

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