Our team worked with a diversified public North American communications and media company and helped them improve their NPS process via deeper insights into the “actual” critical aspects impacting customer experience & loyalty.
A diversified public North American communications and media company operating primarily in the field of wireless communications, cable television, telephone, and internet connectivity.
Annual Revenue: Approximately $13.2Billion
The client approached MattsenKumar to study their NPS and highlight improvement opportunities to impact their customer experience and loyalty outputs.
Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a wildly popular tool for assessing a consumer’s likelihood to recommend a company’s product or service. The score is the heart of a Net Promoter System, but one cannot take action without knowing the reason why a consumer rates it as “likely to recommend” or “unlikely to recommend”.
Goals of the Study
- Understand the key drivers for Detractors.
- Determine the significance of customer experience factors driven by Service offerings and Agent Behavior
Our findings and recommendations were based on:
- Over 8000 surveys were studied and nearly 250 survey calls were analyzed by our team to investigate agent behavior and link the drivers to promoters and detractors,
- Using regression analysis, the consumer satisfaction factors were examined to identify top drivers for consumer satisfaction and dissatisfaction.
With the help of Key Driver Analysis, the MK Team focused on those consumers who were dissatisfied with the quality of service. Month on month trending on NPS for Consumer vs Technical support calls showed negative NPS scores for the client.
Top issues were further analyzed and findings were reported on ‘Consumer’ and ‘Technical Support’ campaigns.
On the Consumer Support campaign ‘Billing issues’ were the primary opportunities with key issues being:
- Unresolved billing issue,
- Bills not reflecting recent changes,
- Credits were not applied as promised.
On the Technical Support campaign, ‘TV’ product drove the most negative customer experiences. We heard customers having issues with:
- Limited access to channels
- Video recorder not working
- Black screen
Also, 55% of the opportunities were related to agent behavior due to illegitimate hold and transfers.
Our further analysis showed that offering ‘Innovative Products and Services’ is not a significant driver of customer experience when it is offered alone, but it is significant when combined with ‘Ease of Use’ and ‘Reliable’.
We demonstrated that it was important for the agents to communicate the timeline for resolution along with accurately understanding the consumer’s need above other factors.
Our analysis helped our customers get a deeper insight into the “actual” critical aspects impacting customer experience & loyalty. Considering the above results, it appeared that “customer efforts” was an important aspect that needed to be tied to the survey responses and was our recommendation for inclusion in the survey form. This enabled the client to focus on business opportunities while improving an agent’s opportunities at an organization level. Through combined efforts, our client experienced an improvement of 9.4 points in Consumer Support Campaign and 12.1 points in the Technical Support campaign was observed after 9 months of project completion.