Svane says that to create the Zendesk Customer Satisfaction Index, the company analyses data from its Customer Satisfaction Rating feature. 'After a customer service request is solved, companies can automatically contact their customers through Zendesk to collect feedback on their satisfaction with the service that was provided. Not only is it a quick and easy way to track customer satisfaction and reduce customer churn, but also provides tremendous insight into customer satisfaction in aggregate.'
Along with Australia, New Zealand and Canada, the highest ranked companies in countries receiving a Customer Satisfaction Rating of 93% or more include the Czech Republic, Ireland, and Thailand.
According to Michael Hansen, Vice President and Asia Pacific Managing Director, Zendesk, more and more organisations in Australia and New Zealand are recognising 'just how important providing a good customer service can be in not only attracting new customers but retaining existing ones.'
'Together our customers in Australia and New Zealand process around 6000 queries every day through Zendesk, so we are very pleased see them ranked at the top of the table for customer satisfaction and look forward to helping them continue to provide an excellent service to their customers,' Hansen said.
The lowest ranked countries in Customer Satisfaction include Argentina, India, France, and Turkey. India and France came in at the bottom with 70% and 57% respectively:
â— New Zealand: 95%
â— Australia: 93%
â— Canada: 93%
â— Germany: 88%
â— United States: 87%
â— United Kingdom: 83%
â— Spain: 81%
â— Italy: 81%
â— Russia: 80%
â— India: 70%
â— France: 57%
Hansen said Zendesk will publish its Customer Satisfaction Index on a quarterly basis and report on additional data such as customer service efficiency and quality in various industries, geographies and, company size.