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Exceeding Customer Expectation

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on 19 March 2014

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Transcript of Exceeding Customer Expectation

Exceeding Customer Expectations
Meeting customer expectations ensures that customers are satisfied; however with increased competition, organisations now try not only to meet customer expectations, but to exceed them. There are several ways in which they can do this.
Providing value for money
If customers believe that they have received exceptional quality goods and excellent after-sales customer service for the price they paid, they will perceive that they have had value for money.
Providing information and advice quickly
Often companies exceed customers' expectations by responding to their information requests more rapidly than customers expect.
Online companies often have a time frame within which they promise to respond to requests.
If information and advice are offered before this time has elapsed, customers' expectations are exceeded.
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