Although delivering on good Customer Service sounds simple, the path is filled with time-wasters. You can spend hours of extra time giving of yourself to that one customer who just might well be a happy customer. But at what cost. How many customers have you lost along the way as you babysit this one high maintenance customer.
There are ways to give of your time without giving so much of it. It’s called automation.
Much of what we know about customer service these days comes down to simple automation software. A set of processes are happening that the customer assumes it’s a real person controlling the switches and making the calls. If you really want to grow your business you don’t have time to personally handle each and every customer service issue.
Customer Service is all about keeping up Consumer Satisfaction. Sometimes all it takes to maintain a happy customer is consistency. Be informative. Be consistent. When you sign up for a new service online what’s the first things that generally happens? You get an email! “Thank you for subscribing Mr. J.Doe.”… And then another email. And then another. All personalized messages. Well, not exactly ‘personalized’ so much. But with good automation systems they will feel as though you’ve had your finger on the pulse the whole time.
Robert Ducharme is CEO of Routezilla, a one-of-a-kind Geography driven customer scheduling software that is designed for service companies who must visit customer locations and need to deliver top notch customer service. By asking the right questions of your customers Routezilla is able to offer fully automated customer service to your customers.
“The US on-demand home services sector currently stands at $600 billion. It has shown a steadfast growth during the pandemic and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 49% by 2021. Do you have the workflow methods in place to keep up.”
Routezilla Software Corp.