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Amazon has retained the top spot in the UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI), published today by The Institute of Customer Service. With a customer satisfaction score of 86.7 points (out of 100) this is the sixth consecutive time consumers have rated Amazon number one.
The latest UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI) from The Institute of Customer Service reveals customer satisfaction with banks and building societies is at its highest point since the UKCSI began in 2008.
We are living in truly challenging times for business leaders. But the worry is that when spending tightens and the economy is more difficult, many businesses focus either on lowering prices to keep customers spending, or on cutting costs. Or both.
Tesco is today revealed as the most improved UK supermarket, with the company's upsurge in financial fortunes driven by a rise in customer satisfaction.
The Institute's research reveals a number of areas that organisations should measure to gauge customer satisfaction levels
Management expert Ken Blanchard reveals five service areas that have the power to shape great leaders