Restaurants, Software and Customer Service
Have you been to a restaurant lately? How was your experience? Would you go back? In the software industry, just like in restaurants, customers will come back if they’ve been offered a great experience. You’ve all had good and bad customer service experiences and there are some parallels to make in your day-to-day life in software development. So how can you make sure you satisfy your customer every time so they come back to you each time they have a new project? In this talk, you will learn about 7 easy to apply strategies about software and how you can help your team be a catalyst in your sales cycle.
Outline/structure of the Session
In this talk, we do parallels between a restaurant experience and delivering software. The talk is roughly structured as follows:
- It's not about you: customer service basics
- Don’t blame the kitchen
- Gauge your customers
- Don't hide in the kitchen
- Do a food check
- Set expectations early on
- Never say no
- Offer a great dessert selection
- Wrap up
During this talk, the attendees will learn the importance of delivering a great experience to their customers and why this would give them an advantage in the market.
Team Lead, Sales, PM
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