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Voice of the Customer in the Enterprise: a Study by MarketTools, covered on http://www.conversionation.net

Voice of the Customer in the Enterprise: a Study by MarketTools, covered on http://www.conversionation.net

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  • 1. Voice of the Customer in the Enterprise A Study by MarketTools, Inc.©2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materialsmay not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc.
  • 2. Overview and Methodology> Objective – Determine how enterprise companies are approaching customer feedback, including methods used to gather, analyze and act on feedback; executive visibility on voice of the customer program within the enterprise; and the level of importance placed on such programs by the enterprise> Approach – MarketTools conducted the study using MarketTools CustomerSat and MarketTools ZoomPanel to survey executives at companies with annual revenue greater than $100 million. (73 percent of respondents are at companies with annual revenue of $1 billion or more.) Completed surveys numbered 813.> Key Takeaways – Despite the growing presence of social media for customer conversations, few organizations mine the social media channel to improve customer satisfaction > 94 percent of companies are not yet using social media for customer feedback – The study also revealed a disparity in the way companies think and the way they act in regards to customer satisfaction > Although 92 percent of respondents believe that satisfied customers are very important or extremely important to their company’s bottom line, fewer than half solicit customer feedback on a continuous basis, and more than one-fifth solicit feedback only once a year or not at all. © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 2
  • 3. The Importance of Customer Satisfaction How important is customer satisfaction to your company? Extremely Important (67%) Very Important (25%) Somewhat Important (8%) Not Important (1%) Respondents = 808 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 3
  • 4. Tracking Customer Satisfaction How does your company30 currently track and respond to25 Call Center (44%) customer Helpdesk (29%) satisfaction?20 Online Survey (28%) (select all that15 CRM System (20%) apply) Spreadsheets (14%)10 EFM System (8%) 5 0 Respondents = 807 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 4
  • 5. Compensation and Customer Satisfaction Is your compensation, in any way, tied to the customer satisfaction scores No (66%) your company Yes (26%) receives from its Not Sure (9%) customers? Respondents = 807 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 5
  • 6. Industry Customer Satisfaction Levels Considering peer companies in your50 industry, how would you rate40 your company’s Top 10% (46%) performance in30 Top 11-25% (29%) terms of customer Top 26-50% (19%) satisfaction?20 Bottom 50% (7%)10 0 Respondents = 811 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 6
  • 7. Executive Visibility Does your company have a formal Voice of the Customer program with executive visibility Yes (44%) that is shared No (24%) throughout the Not Sure (32%) organization? Respondents = 808 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 7
  • 8. Focus on Customer Satisfaction Compared with 2009, how has your company’s60 focus on customer50 satisfaction Greater focus (39%) changed in 2010?40 About the Same (57%)30 Less Focus (5%)2010 0 Respondents = 807 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 8
  • 9. Investment in Customer Satisfaction Compared with 2009, how has your investment80 in customer70 satisfaction- related60 Invested more (21%) products/services50 Invested about the changed in 2010? same (72%)40 Invested Less (8%)302010 0 Respondents = 810 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 9
  • 10. CEO Visibility Does your CEO have visibility into your organization’s customer satisfaction programs? Yes (77%) No (23%) Respondents = 810 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 10
  • 11. Soliciting Customer Feedback How often do you solicit feedback45 from your40 customers?35 Continuously (43%) Monthly (9%)30 Quarterly (13%)25 Twice a year (7%)20 Once a year (8%) Never (14%)15 Other (8%)10 5 0 Respondents = 810 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 11
  • 12. Soliciting Customer Feedback How do you solicit feedback from60 Email/Online surveys your customers? (51%) Live Phone surveys (28%) (select all that50 apply) Informal phone calls40 (28%) Informal emails (19%)30 Other (17%) Interactive Voice20 Response surveys (14%) Dont solicit feedback (14%)10 Via Facebook and Twitter (6%) 0 Respondents = 810 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 12
  • 13. Changing Business Processes How often do you use customer feedback to change a business process? Sometimes (50%) Often (26%) Seldom (16%) Never (8%) Respondents = 807 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 13
  • 14. The Bottom Line How important is customer satisfaction to your company’s bottom line? Extremely important (65%) Somewhat important (27%) Not very important (6%) Not important at all (2%) Respondents = 807 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 14
  • 15. Company Size What is your company’s total annual revenue? $1 billion or more (72%) $500-999 million (13%) $250-499 million (8%) $100-249 million (7%) Respondents = 813 © 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 15
  • 16. Thank You© 2010 MarketTools, Inc. All Rights Reserved. These materials may not be reproduced without permission from MarketTools, Inc. 16

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