More and more companies have come to understand that to grow profitably in competitive scenarios, satisfied customers are the key to success. And they know that employees have a fundamental role in achieving a better customer experience.
In this challenge to improve customer loyalty, companies must be able to listen to their customers and understand what they are saying. It is what we call the Voice of the Customer (VoC).
However, a mission — such as customer satisfaction — that lacks a precise measure of success (or failure) is just hot air. Quoting Lord Kelvin, “If you can not measure it, you can not improve it.”
The Net Promoter Score (NPS) has become, for a number of companies, the key metric for measuring customer satisfaction. By the same standard, the mission to get motivated and happy people in an organization also has its key metric: the eNPS (Employee NPS).
As discussed below, in order to improve customer and employee experience, both the NPS and the eNPS need to find the reason that justifies the score given.
When asked What is the primary reason for your score? the NPS and the eNPS collect and analyze the open answers of thousands of customers and employees. Here is where the linguistic technology of Meaning Cloud intervenes.
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