Zendesk customer service software proactively addresses customer complaints
Consumers are increasingly turning to social media to share feedback on their customer care experiences. It has become increasingly difficult for businesses to ignore or hide from bad experiences.
Zendesk believes that companies should address the issue proactively by embracing customer complaints. We all know that at least some of our customers are going to complain no matter what. When customers contact us, why not provide them with a swift, dedicated, transparent, and beautiful customer service environment for that purpose.
The inside scoop on customer complaint software
Zendesk customer service solutions allow businesses to be more reliable, flexible and scalable. They help improve communication with customers and make sense of massive amounts of data. Above all, they work together to help turn interactions into lasting quality relationships.
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Zendesk customer support software puts all your customer information in one place. Everything you need lives in a single location, so that communication between you and your customers is efficient, relevant and personal.
A timely solution
With customer complaint software, you have everything you need to handle customer complaints and provide the best customer care, all in one place:
- Multi-channel. Zendesk brings conventional and emerging channels together, making it easy to connect with customers on their own terms
- Multilingual. Localized support content in over 40 languages can be dynamically applied everywhere – automations, macros, triggers, and knowledge base articles
- Multibrand. Unique help centers, support channels, and business rules for multiple brands, regions, or products managed within a single help desk
Handling customer complaints
Since unhappy customers are inevitable, it's better to proactively respond to complaints than to have a disgruntled customer. In fact, an upset customer can become a liability, so turn this interaction into an opportunity to build a relationship with your customer.
Customers care more about how how a company handles their problem than about the situation that caused their initial complaint. They're not complaining to make you look bad—they want you to respond with a solution.
To learn how to turn a negative complaint into a positive customer experience, here are 10 tips to better manage customer complaints.
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