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Perform Customer Satisfaction Surveys On a Daily Basis

Customers will always let you know when they are completely dissatisfied with your service. However, daily customer satisfaction surveys performed by your call tracking software provides valuable information from a broad sampling of employees. A continuous customer satisfaction survey process improvement philosophy will drive customer satisfaction and loyalty to even higher levels. According to a 2007 Help Desk Institute Survey, 21% of their members send customer satisfaction surveys with every service request. This is an increase of 40% from the 2005 survey.

 

Frequency Response
Continuous Customer Survey Sampling 21%
As Needed Customer Survey 17%
Annual Customer Satisfaction Survey 14%
Do Not Conduct Customer Satisfaction Surveys 13%
Quarterly Customer Satisfaction Survey 8.5%
Daily Customer Satisfaction Survey 8%
Weekly Customer Satisfaction Survey 8%
Semi-Annual Customer Satisfaction Survey 8%
Monthly Customer Satisfaction Survey 6.5%

Source: HDI Practices Customer Satisfaction Survey 2007

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IT Help Desk & Customer Service Best Practices?

To improve, an organization must assess its current practices against those used in other organizations, or "best practices".  Simply put, a best practice is the most effective way to get something done. These practices, processes, and procedures have emerged as proven models for the majority of organizations. However, best practices are dynamic, evolving over time to adapt to changing needs. Periodically, new methods, models, and technologies arise, augmenting or replacing the existing best practice with a new one.

I am going to be writing about Help Desk Best Practices based upon the following three authority sources: the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), the Required Practices for Organizations (BS15000) and the Help Desk Institute (HDI) Best Practices Standards for Certification.

"BS15000 provides a baseline against which the internal IS organization can demonstrate to the business that its service delivery processes represent "Best Practice" and are performing well". Gartner Group

Help desk organizations must assess their competencies, find areas for potential improvement, and grow. A list of Help Desk best practices that can be implemented and used in help desk software serves as the starting point for such an evaluation and improvement process. Use this list to reconsider what you are doing and why, and what you should be doing and when. Balance each potential change in a practice, procedure, or technology with a cost/benefit analysis.

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