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  • 1. PUTTING THE CUSTOMER AT THE HEART OF THE MAILS EXPERIENCE Dave Smith Chief Customer Officer 19 May 2011 The Strategic Mailing Partnership™ supported by Royal Mail
  • 2. Chief Customer Officer
    • Group first
    • Key areas of focus
      • Growth markets
      • Fulfilment and Direct Marketing (wider media audiences)
      • Customer Experience
  • 3. Which Customer?
    • Focus on senders
      • Bulk
      • SME
    • Focus on recipients
      • Individuals
    SMP role in all
  • 4. Which translates into a Customer Experience Programme in four parts
    • Putting customers at the heart of everything we do by:
    • Helping everyone to understand what they need to do to improve customer loyalty
    • Fixing and improving products and processes in partnership with all functions
    • Making significant improvements to our core customer service
    • Introducing new easy to understand measures that everyone will see from top to bottom in the organisation
  • 5. This has been informed by combining all of our analysis to understand what’s most important to customers Most important: keeping basic service promises. Collect on time, deliver on time, respond quickly when needed Next most important: being easy to do business with; account set up, billing etc Then: other differentiators / technology
  • 6. We’ve identified priority fixes and are starting to deliver them
    • We’re fixing and improving products and processes, working in partnership with all functions
    • Operations priorities are agreed and being communicated
    • Measures for each of these in Quality & Service Integrity measures
    • World Class Mail approaches used to agree and deploy fixes
    • Piloting this approach with Redirections and now expanding to others
    • Ts and Cs and delivery changes plus compensation finalised for Postcomm notification
  • 7. And we’re now moving on to other ‘ease of doing business with’ areas
    • Already working with finance to address order to cash pipeline issues.
    • Reviewing future web architecture and service touchpoints
    • And working with sales to combine sales and service CRM solutions that can be expanded to replace ageing stand alone applications that will save us money and remove rekeying errors
    • Addressing our claims processes and systems
    • Looking at future requirements for contact channels
  • 8. The Customer Pledge – early draft!
    • The Royal Mail Customer Pledge (to consumers and businesses)
    • I will deliver to every corner of the UK
      • We will reach ALL your customers
    • I will keep our promises
      • We will focus on reliability and business continuity
    • I will provide intelligent solutions to your needs
      • We will deliver new and innovative solutions to your evolving needs
    • I will provide personal, caring treatment
      • We will treat you as the ONLY customer
    • I will measure our success by your judgment
      • You are the ultimate judge of our performance
  • 9. The SMP – Your role in the year ahead
    • When we get greater regulatory freedom in the Bulk Mail markets, what are the value add customer priorities?
      • Product and pricing plan development
      • Service
      • Capability
      • Royal Mail positioning in the communications market
    • There are thousands of mail and fulfilment customers who don’t use DM
      • Ambassadors for growth
      • Feedback agents for change
  • 10. Thank you