Webinar: Crafting an Awesome Customer Experience

Lawrence LloydJuly 20th, 2016

Customers are the lifeblood of your service company. You know how important they are to you, but is that reflected in the service you provide? They don’t want to feel like they’re just numbers to help you hit your revenue goals — customers want to feel valued and appreciated.

The good news?

You can make them feel that way by delivering an awesome customer experience out in the field.

So how do you do that? Register for our joint webinar with ReviewBuzz, Crafting an Awesome Customer Experience: A Conversation with Home Services Companies, and let your peers explain. Representatives from three home services companies will share best practices, stories, and tips on how to create a winning experience and delight customers.

Date: Thursday, August 4th @ 10am PT / 1pm ET

Panelists:

  • Aaron Gaynor of The Eco Plumbers
  • Tyson Freeman of Lee’s Air Conditioning, Heating and Building Performance
  • Geno Caccia of James Caccia Plumbing

In this 60-minute session, you'll learn:

  • How your peers train their teams to deliver a stellar customer experience
  • How to use data to gauge success with customers
  • How to motivate technicians to go the extra mile

Register Now

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