Customer perception plays a vital role in a company’s ability to retain its current client base and attract new prospects. The good news is that companies can control many of the factors that form these perceptions. How effectively and efficiently you communicate with your customers is one of these key factors. Businesses that produce meaningful, consistent, and personalised communications while connecting with their customers via their preferred channel tend to stand out versus companies whose communications are redundant, irrelevant, or have errors.
Due to changing business dynamics, including rising costs, heightened customer expectations, and more hybrid workforce models, many small businesses have changed their customer communication process out of sheer necessity. The question is: how do you know if your current solution is sustainable for the long-term?