It’s a fact of life that people talk about bad customer experiences more than they’ll boast about good ones. Knowing where customers sit in relation to your products and services is essential.
CSAT, short for Customer Satisfaction, is a common KPI used to measure of how products and services supplied by a company meet or surpass customer expectation. Measuring customer satisfaction allows you to diagnose potential problems with your product or website, and act on them.
Identifying unhappy customers is as important as identifying extremely happy ones (potential advocates). CSAT Surveys come in all shapes and sizes, with many great templates available online to draw from.
The Quix CSAT survey asks one very important question:
"How would you rate your experience with us?"
The answer is a choice of numbers from 0 to 5, with 0 being “extremely dissatisfied” and 5 being “extremely satisfied”
Your CSAT results are provided as a percentage scale with 100% being total customer satisfaction and 0% total customer dissatisfaction.
To achieve these results we use the following calculation:
Number of satisfied customers (4 and 5) / Number of survey responses) x 100 = % of satisfied customer
Your CSAT is quite different to your NPS. CSAT measures a customer’s satisfaction with a product or service directly, whereas Net Promoter Score (NPS) measures customer loyalty to your company.
Let us help guide your product decisions based on statistically valid data, rather than gut feeling. We take the effort out of collecting and calculating your CSAT score from your users. All you have to do is:
We’ll provide your summarised Composite Customer Satisfaction Score once the survey has enough data so you can put your energy into your engagement and loyalty plans.
Are your customers satisfied with your product?
Did you know that more than 80% of happy customers are willing to provide a recommendation? Quix works not only to gather juicy data from users. You can continue precious engagement with your users.
Ask users to perform an action based on whether their CSAT results put them as satisfied or not. Request a product review or to answer a follow-up question.
"The customer's perception is your reality."
Quix is a suite of tests and tools to help your product team deliver better products to customers.
Find out, simply and easily, how much your customers are satisfied with your product
Sean Ellis' simple one question survey to find out how well you're solving your customers' problems
Use Net Promoter Score to find out whether you customers love your product, or just tolerate it
Use System Usability Score to find out how easy to use and understand your product is
Engage with customers that signal a love or your product by getting them to share or review your app
Automatically start a conversation with customers that have expressed dissatisfaction with your product