Customer Service 
• Recognizing the value of establishing a nice and comfortable atmosphere for the employees as well as a positive experience for our customers.
• To recognize the distinguishing features between customer experience, customer service, customer satisfaction, and customer delight.
• The value of working in a team to provide outstanding customer service.
• Explain to participants the value of knowing your product and your target market.
Customer Service 
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It's commonly believed that retaining current clients is less expensive than acquiring new ones. The providing of services to clients before, during, and after a transaction is known as customer service. The assessment of how well these encounters go depends on how well the colleagues can modify their behavior to fit the customers' personalities. A fantastic customer experience is fueled by excellent customer service, especially when your support staff goes beyond simply responding to issues and begins to anticipate difficulties. Customer service is crucial to an organization's potential to generate profit and royalties from the perspective of the complete sales process. From that standpoint, a general strategy for systematic improvement should involve customer service. One positive customer service encounter can drastically alter the total understanding of a customer towards the organization.


In one word: retention. Happier customers are more likely to continue doing business with you. This helps your bottom line. It’s less expensive to keep current customers than to attract new ones. Customer service is also a differentiator that sets your brand apart from competitors that offer similar products or services. Service teams not only answer questions; they make each experience personalized to the customer. In fact, 80% of customers say that the experience a company provides is as important as its products or services. Meanwhile, frustrating customer experiences contribute to churn. Eighty percent of shoppers will abandon a retailer after three bad experiences, for example. Great customer service is important for your brand reputation, too. After all, customers are quick to share negative experiences with the masses online.


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