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by Jacques Horovitz,Michele Jurgens Panak

Author: Jacques Horovitz,Michele Jurgens Panak
Subcategory: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Language: English
Publisher: Irwin Professional Pub (June 1, 1994)
Pages: 300 pages
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Xix, 300 pages : 24 cm. "Total Customer Satisfaction examines the practices of 50 leading global companies with such innovative strategies in place, including American Express, Citicorp, Club Med, IKEA, Nestle, 3M, and many others

Xix, 300 pages : 24 cm. "Total Customer Satisfaction examines the practices of 50 leading global companies with such innovative strategies in place, including American Express, Citicorp, Club Med, IKEA, Nestle, 3M, and many others. Using their proven strategies and management methods as blueprints, your organization can develop its own stellar service program.

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Total customer satisfaction. putting the world's best programs to work. Published 1994 by Irwin Professional in Burr Ridge, Ill. Customer services, Management.

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It really changed the world, in a way, says Reed. China was the world’s biggest customer for paper and plastic. Wong still has a hand in the trade and usually wakes up before dawn to work the phones. On the morning we meet, he has already bought two containers of gasoline tanks salvaged from old cars, and 60 ­containers of plastic covering that had been used on vineyards.

Fortunately, customer satisfaction is based on four predictable factors, originally laid out in my first book, a collaboration with Leonardo Inghilleri. Customers are satisfied whenever they consistently receive

Fortunately, customer satisfaction is based on four predictable factors, originally laid out in my first book, a collaboration with Leonardo Inghilleri. Customers are satisfied whenever they consistently receive: 1. A perfect product. 2. Delivered by a caring, friendly person. 3. In a timely fashion. with (because any of those three elements may misfire). 4. The support of an effective problem resolution process.

Based on their studies of 50 leading global companies with innovative customer service strategies including American Express, Citicorp, Club Med, IKEA, NestleT, and 3M the authors shed light on what differentiates successful service quality companies from others, and provide specific techniques that companies can use to join the ranks of the service leaders. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.