Customer Service "The Experience is Everything"
The Customer Experience at Walmart:
At Walmart if a customer is within 10 feet of an associate; the associate should stop what they are doing and say 'hello' and ask 'how can I help you today'
The Customer Experience at Modify:
Like many companies that
sell a physical product, Modify collects feedback through Facebook, Twitter, and a
"Help" inbox. They focus further on being proactive, and every week each member of
the team has a 20-minute call with a customer. With this customer interaction Modify has made significant changes--updating FAQ, pre-releasing
designs, even fixing product issues--thanks to the insights we have taken from
these phone calls.
The Customer Experience at The Ritz-Carlton
The Ritz-Carlton philosophy is that any employee who receives a complaint from a
guest owns that complaint. First-line employees such as desk clerks, bellboys
and housekeepers are empowered to spend up to $2000 to handle any customer
complaints and managers can spend up to $5,000 without additional
The Customer Experience at Nordstrom's
Nordstrom’s legendary customer service includes a liberal return policy, hand written thank-you cards, home deliveries, personal appointments and personal phone calls alerting customers about upcoming sales.
The Customer Experience at Trader Joe’s
Ask a Trader Joe’s employee about a product and he or she will practically sprint down the aisle, grab a bag of whatever you had questions about and join you in a taste test. And returns? No questions asked, even if the goods have been opened and you simply didn’t like the product