UKCSI: The state of customer satisfaction in the UK - July 2015

UKCSI (UK Customer Satisfaction Index) is the national measure of customer satisfaction. It is based on a six-monthly online survey of consumers which is demographically representative of the UK population.

The July 2015 UKCSI includes 39,000 responses from over 10,000 individual customers.

UKCSI: The state of customer satisfaction in the UK - July 2015

Last updated: November 2016

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The latest UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI), which surveys over 10,000 customers, reveals that satisfaction has continued to fall to its lowest level since, a major concern for organisations as the economy begins to grow.

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Jo Causon, CEO of the Institute of Customer Service, commented:“Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with a business environment that has undergone rapid change in recent months. Some brands are improving customer satisfaction by operating in an agile and innovative way, but overall it is clear that a new approach is required for this new environment. Businesses need to take a look at the experience they are delivering to customers and identify how it can be improved.”