Every company now has mechanisms for capturing customer feedback. As the discipline of customer connectedness matures, the real challenge lies in orchestrating these feedback mechanisms across the customer touchpoints and throughout the organization.
Month: February 2015
If you capture feedback from your customers, odds are that you use some form of a performance scorecard to determine how well your company is doing at delivering a great customer experience. You probably also have competitive and industry benchmarks that you can reference to ensure that you’re performing at the level of your peers. This is good . . . but it may not be enough. If you’re not careful, you might actually allocate resources to the wrong areas of the business.
While the number of credit unions that offer mobile apps is rising, many do not yet make them an integral part of their member acquisition and retention strategy. This is a mistake that can open up significant risk to credit unions. A recent CFI Group study found that 12% of credit union members may consider leaving their credit union if it does not offer a mobile app. Creating an attractive, useful and convenient mobile app for members can reduce the risk of member churn.
It’s not enough to have a complete customer feedback system that reflects the customer experience across the organization’s touch points: branch, contact center, online and indirect brand engagement. You need to setup your approach to analyze the results and take concrete action from the feedback.