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Make more informed decisions regarding strategy, key initiatives, and allocation of company resources.
Satrix Solutions has been a tremendous asset to our organization.
Our leadership team, employees and clients are now acutely aware of the importance we place on client satisfaction. The end result has been a material improvement in referral business and upselling to our existing clients."
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Research has already established that strong employee engagement is crucial due to its relation to reducing the costs of employee churn, as well as driving strong customer loyalty. The term is commonly referenced, and the mandate to improve “employee engagement” is the call heard around global C-suites. There is often confusion, though, about how to … Read More
As Manager of Client Success, Rajean Bosier is deeply involved in shaping the client success culture at TriNet. We sat down with her to discuss how the leading provider of a comprehensive human resources solution for small and midsize businesses is leveraging Net Promoter Score (NPS), along with other voice of the client programs, to … Read More
5 Questions to Consider Before You Launch Your Next Relationship Survey Just like ghosts and goblins on Halloween, survey fatigue is a scary notion. It threatens response rates, data quality, and your overall objectives for your survey program. Unfortunately, some drivers of fatigue are outside of your control. The prevalence of inexpensive survey tools, combined … Read More
Tips for Engaging Those Pesky Non-Responders When it comes to customer satisfaction surveys, non-responders (those customers who choose not to provide feedback) are a common concern among business leaders. Beyond the ramifications of sample validity and margin of error, “silent” customers pose a risk to your company simply because you do not know how they … Read More