18 Jul, 2017
Are all of your customers satisfied?
How are you able to determine this and what do you do if the answer is negative?
Well, this is where having the ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard can help you.
The key focus for ISO 9001 is customer satisfaction. Clause 8.2.1 of ISO 9001 requires as part of the standard that you monitor information that relates to customer perception to determine if customer requirements have been met. This puts a huge emphasis on making sure your clients are indeed satisfied.
ISO 9001 does not specify how you assess or measure whether your clients are satisfied.
Here is how we believe you can develop your processes with ISO 9001 to build customer satisfaction within your business.
The above however would be ineffectual and do nothing towards building satisfied customers without a further layer in the process. It is vital that within your procedures you define responsibilities for the following:
A key point regarding the above is that if negative data is revealed, you should act on it swiftly as part of your overall management of your standard (of course you’ll have a process in place for this as part of your standard so it will be easy to implement.
With the above in place and the other key elements of the ISO 9001 standard, you will be well on your way to building customer satisfaction levels so high that you should see repeat orders increase, the number of complaints decrease and the number of claims decrease – key signs of customer satisfaction if ever there were!
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