Friday, February 03, 2006

SALES TOOLS: Free Customer service checklist

By Luis Galarza

Free Sales Tools.- I just got this sale tool from a Sales Training Company, is a customer service checklist and I though everyone should have this tool, which can hepl you and your sales team provide better experience to your customers. Remember that good customer service is a sales opportunity.

Engaging with the customer, in every case, is an opportunity to further enhance your relationship and build even higher barriers to competitive entry.

Quality customer service is defined by the individual experiencing it-- one size, one solution does not work... buyers want to be treated as unique individuals. However, companies renowned for their customer service know that one can orchestrate or create a customer service experience that most often exceeds customers’ expectations.

Use this link to audit your team's (and your own) skills with the customer service checklist by justsell.com.

About the Author:
Luis Galarza is a Business and Communication Consultant. Learn telecommunication tip at: http://www.cogni360blog.co.nr/. And get your free business tips at: http://LuisGalarza.blogspot.com.
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1 comment:

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