Sewickley should replace Paul Hoffner.Sheltons letter described his experience with Presto Cleaners complaint-handling operations and demanded compensation and an apology. Shelton is clearly angry, and his request is undoubtedly greater than it would have been a few weeks earlier had Presto Cleaner handled the situation more ably. Although we did misplace his clothes, he got everything back, and we avoided a major expense. Tony Goland is a senior engagement manager in the Cleveland office. The answer came back from Paul Hoffner. Sewickley shows patience and understanding and evidences a sincere desire to do what it takes to keep Presto Cleaner customers happy and coming back, everyone in his employ will follow suit. While there is no point in disputing these points with him, you should know the following: a I did not delay in sending him a claim form. Hoffner demonstrated a genuine interest in Mr.
An empathetic attitude should be shown to him at all times and he has been inconvenience and let down. Improve customer service.Instead of showing interest in Mr. Hoffner work on the front line for a while to see how the new system is working and to stay in touch with customers. It is commendable that Presto tried implementing new computer system but they should have complemented it with training the staff and monitor the progress with the phased rollout. Shelton both in solving the problem his family encountered and in suggesting ways that the new system can be made more user friendly. Purely in economic terms, the loss could be enormous. It is very important to retain the Sheltons business. As you can tell from the tone of Mr. Companies must create responsive attitudes through internal service. Sewickley sent the letter to his customer complaint office, asking for more information. Shelton was missing 4 shirts, 2 blouses, 1 suit and 1 skirt. Nevertheless, the long-term payback is rewarding. However, the decision to introduce the system with limited employee training and no advance customer preparation or education created a nightmare. Right now, however, Mr. But we know from consumer research that for every complaint such as Mr. What his letter does not tell you, however, is that he inundated us with the sheer volume of his calls.
Sewickley to consider losing the Sheltons as customers. This clearly is not the case. The Shelton complaint provides an opportunity for a broad discussion of customer problem resolution.
Sewickley now faces the question of restitution for the situation. Tony Goland is a senior engagement manager in the Cleveland office. Sewickley, the company president, received an angry letter from Mr.
On 28 July Mr. Leonard A. He could have handled it better.