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3 Reasons You Should be Monitoring (Listening) to Your Company’s Social Media

Social media allows your customers to voice their opinion every minute of every hour of every day. This, of course, makes it a powerful research tool for companies keen to know what people think of them—both good and bad. Listening in on social media is a great way to get ahead of your competitors and keep your customers coming back for more.

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BARE Shares – Why You Don’t Need Luck in Customer Service.

It’s the luckiest weekend of the year! St. Patrick’s Day is enjoyed by millions across the globe tomorrow. Including us here at BARE International!

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Why We Love Interviewing Your Customers

Let’s face it, asking your customers at checkout how their experience has been could be awkward to say the least, plus they’ll probably tell you what you want to hear so they can get out of there as quickly as possible! BARE International are here to provide you with the unbiased & immediate feedback you need. Read more

BARE Shares – Print Success is in the Details: How Disney Strategically Focuses on the Customer Experience

Business Intelligence leads to Business Excellence… Which in turn leads to happy customers. Here, BARE International shares an article by Bruce Jones for The Disney Institute on how they used Walt Disney’s observation of “People can feel perfection” to enhance their customer’s experiences across the globe.

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Why Financial Services Institutions Need to Deliver an Exceptional Customer Experience

2018 is seeing financial service organizations shift their strategic focus to the “customer experience,” or CX. Changing customer expectations and competitive pressures will require a new approach to pretty much everything involving today’s tech savvy consumer. Read more

What’s the Secret? Mystery Shopping Explained.

Is your organization meeting its customer service objectives? No matter the industry you’re in, successful businesses need the right tools to operate properly. BARE International’s mystery evaluators provide an unbiased perspective of how well an organization is truly performing on the front line.

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