Why organizations must create emotional service experience

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“If you do not make an emotional connection with customers, then satisfaction is worthless.” That’s according to a Gallup publication titled, “Customer Satisfaction Doesn’t Count.” Bolstering their research are numbers that suggest organizations who optimize this connection outperform their competitors by as much as 26% in gross margin and 85% in sales growth. Additionally, research showed that customers who are emotionally engaged are:

  • At least 3x more likely to recommend
  • 3x more likely to repurchase
  • Less likely to shop around (44% said they rarely or never shop around)
  • Much less price-sensitive (33% said they would need a discount of over 20% before they would defect)

Of course, using only numbers to support a claim of emotional necessity seems rather hollow. Instead, think back to a personal service experience that exceeded your expectations. It may have been the barber who stayed late to accommodate your schedule, the associate who ensured you looked and felt your best in a new suit, or the barista who always calls you by name. These are the types of personalized, above and beyond the call-of-duty, relationship-building moments your customers remember and share.

Service is experienced in a multitude of moments over time. At Infinis Consulting, a fanatical level of attention to each of these moments is how we create exceptional experiences for our clients. Organizations that use these moments like these to create emotional connections, as opposed to a purely rational connection, often realize an economic beneficial outcome.

To know more about how we can help your organization create emotional customer experience, contact us.

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Preeti Sinha

Preeti is passionate about customer excellence and people development. She is a avid reader, sunday historian, goes for horse riding & camping whenever she can. She volunteers for humanitarian causes and is a strong advocate of women empowerment and economic empowerment

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