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Customer satisfaction

Swisscom Switzerland conducts segment-specific surveys and studies in order to measure general customer satisfaction. It measures customer satisfaction twice a year, in the second and fourth quarters of the year. The Wholesale segment measures customer satisfaction once a year. For all segments, the most important metrics are the extent to which customers are willing to recommend Swisscom to others and the related Net Promoter Score (NPS), which depicts the emotional aspects of customer loyalty as well as revealing customers’ attitudes towards Swisscom. The NPS is calculated from the difference between promoters (customers who would strongly recommend Swisscom) and critics (customers who would only recommend Swisscom with reservations or would not recommend the company). Swisscom also conducts the following segment-specific surveys and studies:

  • The Residential Customers segment conducts representative surveys to determine customer satisfaction and the extent to which customers are willing to recommend Swisscom to others. Callers to the Swisscom hotline and visitors to the Swisscom Shops are questioned regularly about waiting times and staff friendliness. Product studies also regularly survey buyers and users to determine product satisfaction, service and quality.
  • The Enterprise Customers segment conducts surveys among customers to measure satisfaction along the customer experience chain. Feedback instruments are also used at key customer contact points in order to determine customer satisfaction. After each interaction with the service desk or after placing orders, IT users can submit feedback or enter their comments in the order system. Customers can also assess the quality and success of their projects on completion.
  • The Wholesale segment measures customer satisfaction along the entire customer experience chain.

The results of these studies and surveys help Swisscom to improve its services and products and they influence the variable performance-related component of employees’ pay.