As new cases of Coronavirus continue to emerge daily, most organizations are shifting to remote working, leading to major communication gaps between individuals, teams – and most importantly – customers.
The Net Promoter Score (NPS) is an index ranging from -100 to 100 that measures the willingness of customers to recommend a company’s products or services to others. While businesses primarily focus on Promoters and Detractors, they’re missing out on a considerable and influential part of their audience: the Passives.
The customer experience (CX) is at the core value in the real estate industry. Buyers, sellers, tenants, investors and real estate professionals base their buying behavior and brand loyalty on the level of service and engagement they receive.
Delivering an incredible customer experience is top of mind for every business in 2020. Today, Big Data and Business Intelligence (BI) have become some of the most valuable, innovative and exciting technological offerings for the world.
There is an assumption that mystery shopping is for retail and hospitality businesses only. While it is true that shops, banks, hotels, service stations, restaurants and more are well suited to mystery shopping, it doesn’t stop there.
It’s official, the customer experience is now more important to brands than mobile marketing, according to an Econsultancy report. With the promise of high returns on investment and happier customers, why wouldn’t your business want to pay closer attention to what their customers are saying?
Remote work is on the rise, therefore it’s critical for companies to figure out how to maintain a positive company culture across the organization, regardless of the physical distance between team members.
According to a recent survey, nearly three in 10 (28%) Americans said that they made New Year’s resolutions for 2020. With 49% wanting to save more money. Here, BARE International shares an article by CNBC on ways to add extra income in 2020, including Mystery Shopping.