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Delivery Disasters Cause 73% of Customers To Shop Elsewhere

The Institute of Customer Service (ICS) estimates that during the last Christmas period in the UK over 16 million customers suffered delivery delays with items they had ordered and this was directly responsible for 73% of them avoiding the retailer that … Continue reading

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Let your customer behaviours drive disruption and innovation

Amazon continues to amaze me with their innovative approach to business. As a customer-centric business, they are a prime example of how retaining a laser-focus on the needs of your customers will always be the driving force behind new innovation.  … Continue reading

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The last mile of customer service

Forbes magazine recently published an interesting feature on what they call the ‘last mile of customer service.’ The article focuses on the delivery process and how poor this can often be. It’s an area worth exploring. Think how much your … Continue reading

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More information equals fewer calls for help

Imagine this scenario. You go online and purchase a new book, paying extra for fast courier delivery because you need it in a hurry. The retailer sends you an email to confirm that they have taken your payment and the … Continue reading

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