Intuitive service

Checketts, Darby
March 1999
Executive Excellence;Mar1999, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p16
Provides guidelines for effective customer service. Ways to create customer values; Behaviors needed for customer service; Opportunity to provide service; Fulfillment of customer's basic needs; Guide in building customer loyalty; Expansion of business through customer service.


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