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e-Zest Solutions
24 Ormsby,
Heart Contact Centres
0844 8844795
Unit 3, Kingsmill Business Park, Chapel Mill Rd
Kingston upon Thames
Heart Contact Centres
(844) 884-4795
2, Heron Square
Richmond upon Thames
Heart Contact Centres
0844 8844795
3, Shortlands,
Hammersmith & Fulham
0870 351 9520
2, Sheen Road,
Richmond upon Thames
London Office
020 8417 1605
Dalton House, 60, Windsor Avenue
Direct Line Communication
020 8408 7121
22-26, Upper Mulgrave Rd, Cheam
Little Gems Ltd
08000 778883
2, King Street,
Hammersmith & Fulham
WJS AnswerCall
020 8255 0514
3, Weihurst Gardens
MWB Business Exchange Plc - Richmond
0800 368 0236
5, Kew Road,
Richmond upon Thames

Customer service ideas for businesses

(First appeared in Second Opinion Marketing e-bulletin August 2010 - subscribe to the e-bulletin here )

Exceptional service reaps exceptional rewards, but failing to keep your promises get’s talked about just as much!

Providing exceptional service, those little things that cost very little, can add up to a whole lot of experience and value for your client.

The results of exceptional service go way beyond the satisfaction you engender immediately in your client. They’ll remember those extra touches for some time to come, effectively topping up your credit bank with that client meaning they feel more kindly towards you, making them more inclined to use you again, taking advantage of new or additional services, recommending you to others and even forgiving any little mistakes or glitches that occur in your working relationship.

Being good isn’t enough in many areas of business today. There are lots of good businesses out there, but when the pressure is on it’s the exceptional ones that continue to get repeat business and grow by recommendation.

Here are a handful of service experiences I’ve had over the years which I’d put in the exceptional service bracket. See if you can remember comparable experiences and think about how your business might deliver something similar.

BMW turn bad to good, overnight

Some years ago I had a new BMW provided as a company car. I was doing a lot of miles back then, from home in Wolverhampton to my job in Stoke on Trent and around the whole of Staffordshire. It turns out there was a fault on the radiator of that particular model and the cars were gradually being recalled. Unfortunately I hit the mileage threshold which exposed the problem much earlier than expected at 7pm one Friday evening when I was leaving work for a weekend away. As you can imagine I wasn’t best pleased, especially when I was told it was a known fault.

This is where the BMW service experience started to kick in however. My emergency rescue call was handled very professionally and empathetically by a knowledgeable client services rep. They arranged for collection of the car (and me) and for us to be taken to the weekend destination I’d planned.

They phoned ahead to arrange for the local BMW dealer to repair my car the following morning and in the meantime arranged for a hire car to be delivered to me so I would have transport in the meantime.

The process was seamless. I didn’t have to phone around to get the garage to sort out the repairs. Everything was anticipated for me and as it turned out my car was repaired and back with me (fully valeted I might add) by 10.30am the next day. I didn’t even need to use the hire car they had offered to deliver.

BMW managed to turn a really miserable experience into a memorable one by offering exceptional service to solve a problem.

Does your business do the same?

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