Increasing Customer Loyalty After SnafusThe Staff of the Corporate Executive Board
Many executives consider service failures an opportunity to delight their customers, thereby ultimately increasing customer loyalty. But this conception doesn’t hold true in the financial services industry and is a lofty goal for the majority of financial institutions. Why? Only 10 percent of customers who report a bad experience say the offending organization resolved the issue effectively.
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