Posts Tagged ‘Accenture Global Consumer Study’

Is Customer Loyalty Dead?

September 14th, 2011
Steven Howard

A better question: do brands deserve customer loyalty? Is customer loyalty dead? In a word, no — although it certainly seems to be comatose most of the time. Perhaps a more accurate answer would be: for the most part, yes. Customer loyalty, of course, differs for brand to brand and organization to organization. As we noted in this Steven Howard Marketing Blog post, a read of the latest Brand Keys Loyalty Leaders list shows …

Consumers Want Customer Service Over Lowest Prices

September 12th, 2011
Steven Howard

Consumers have little to no desire to trade customer service for lower prices. One of the most interesting findings in the latest Accenture Global Consumer Survey study of 5,800 consumers in 17 countries was this: More than half of global consumers (54%) are not willing to compromise on levels of customer service,  produce options or product quality in exchange for lower prices. Even more phenomenal, as we pointed out in this week's Monday …

Customer Service Satisfaction Drops and Consumers Leave

September 8th, 2011
Steven Howard

Customer retention affected by poor customer service. Consumers are not getting what they want in terms of customer service. Those are the clear findings of the latest Accenture Global Consumer Survey, which has been conducted annually for the past six years. The study researched over 5,800 people in 17 countries and asked about their attitudes and behaviors in purchasing from 10 major industries. Satisfaction with customer service declined in all 11 characteristics measured …

Customers Continue to Change Service Providers

September 6th, 2011
Steven Howard

Almost two-thirds switch due to poor service. The annual Accenture Global Consumer Survey always makes for fascinating reading. In the latest results, the sixth in this yearly series, trends seen in recent years continue: 64% of consumers have switched companies in the past year due to poor customer service. Consumers in emerging markets are now more likely to change service providers than those in mature markets. This is seen across all industries, but …

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