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✓ Do you prefer to book an airline ticket online/app or by calling the airline?
✓ Do you prefer getting cash from an ATM machine or via a bank teller?
✓ Do you prefer to get pricing online or wait for a sales person to call you back?
✓ Do you prefer booking a ride via Uber/Lyft or by calling for a taxi cab?
These are four examples of a mega-trend sweeping the globe: self-service
For your Matterport Service Provider business, do you enable your prospects to book you instantly online? It's likely that you don't: yet, you easily can.
While your existing customers are happy to text, email or call you; new Clients may prefer the ease of self-service booking with the We Get Around Network Instant Booking Service powered by KoaWare.
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Matterport Service Providers in the United States
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P.S. From the the book, The Convenience Revolution: How to Deliver a Customer Service Experience that Disrupts the Competition and Creates Fierce Loyalty by Shep Hyken
Putting customers in control gives them power. It allows them to have the kind of experience they want – faster or slower, with interaction or not, for products they’ve ordered many times or something they’ve never ordered before. As long as the self-service process in place has been tested properly and does what it’s designed to do, the customer experience will at least meet expectations … because the customer can always be counted on to make choices that support those expectations.
As a general but reliable rule, people prefer well-designed self-service systems that are proven to deliver value over alternatives like waiting in line or being placed on hold. The profusion of self-service kiosks and online portals in any number of settings that previously required a human attendant is a testament to the ongoing impact of this principle.
Source: The Convenience Revolution: How to Deliver a Customer Service Experience that Disrupts the Competition and Creates Fierce Loyalty
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