Customer Satisfaction Management
Article Index
Customer Satisfaction Management
Expert Opinion
Survey and Research
Example Cases
Measure and Evaluate
Self-Assessments
Summary of Best Practices
Words of Wisdom
Conclusion
References

Conclusion

Customer satisfaction management is a basic and constant requirement for any organisation, whether it be private or public. Satisfied customers lead to repeat purchases or referrals, and are an indicator for public institutions that public funds are well-spent. Customer satisfaction is an important aspect of both strategic and operational planning, and is an integral part of marketing and quality improvement initiatives. The measurement of customer satisfaction is an ongoing requirement. It is needed to assess an organisation’s performance adequately, so that continual improvements can be made.

Note
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