You should want your customers to love you because if they do, it means you’ve provided them with a world-class experience.
Developing a rapport with your customers is a way to build loyalty and increase referrals.
It’s summer, 95 degrees outside, and you are booked over capacity. So how do you fit in another job? Organize your scheduling, define your pricing strategy, and develop a compensation strategy. Learn how to book another job once your schedule is full.
Companies are able to grow when their customers are delighted. Being able to be the hero to your customer on the most stressful day of their week or month can be revolutionary for your business.
Now that you’ve got your own contracting business, you’re free to give discounts to customers at your own discretion. Discounts make a big, fast impression. But do you let your employees give discounts?
Reaching out to a customer after a job to thank them for the opportunity is more than just good manners – it's a way to build a relationship. Demonstrating to a customer that you listen is one of the key ways you'll earn their respect, trust, and ultimately their long-term business.
In the field service industry, techs are in a unique position to get to know the customer better than many other professionals because of how close-to-home (literally) the work they perform is. While this has its pros, there are also a lot of cons to working so closely with customers, one being the heightened expectations they have.
Presented by Gregory Dooley, VP of Customer Success
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