“Where DOES my feedback really go?”
At Daxko, each and every team member takes your feedback very seriously! It helps us continue doing the right things right and the other things better. We wouldn’t be in business without you, our wonderful customers, so thank you.
As you may have noticed, we have recently changed the way we solicit your feedback. For some of you reading this (our legacy Daxko customers), you’ll remember we used to ask a lot of questions twice a year. For others like our CSI customers, you may have never received a survey at all. Now we are surveying all customers quarterly, with just one question plus an opportunity to provide additional comments. This simple, yet well tested approach, gives us insight in a quick, easy way and increases the likelihood of more people responding.
We care about what’s important to you. In fact, we read Every. Single. Comment.
Daxko’s goal is to have each of our customers be a RAVING FAN. We know we have to earn this status and are working hard to achieve it. It’s no joke to us.
Finally, once you give us your candid feedback, we get to the best part. Starting with our October 2016 survey, a Daxko team lead will be calling to “close the loop” with many of you who gave us the opportunity to hear your feedback, positive and not-so-positive.
Why do we do this?
We care about what you think, and we want to provide you with EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCES.
These surveys help us do that in 3 key ways:
- Understand your feedback on a deeper level
- A chance to resolve any outstanding items
- Share any relevant updates
We think this type of two-way communication is SUPER important for a strong partnership!
So, thanks in advance for your feedback.
Molly Harrison is Daxko’s SVP of Services. She and her team work to create exceptional experiences for Daxko customers each and every day.
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Molly is Daxko's SVP of Services. She leads our pre and post-launch teams to WOW our customers with every interaction. She has a passion for fostering mentorship in the workplace.More Content by Molly Harrison