ISO 10004:2010 Customer Satisfaction-Monitoring and Measurement
customer satisfaction Definition:
customer’s perception of the degree to which the
customer’s requirements have been fulfilled.
Concept of customer satisfaction:
Customer satisfaction is determined by the gap between the customer’s expectations and the customer’s perception of the product as delivered by the organization. To achieve customer satisfaction, the organization should first understand the customer’s expectations. These expectations might be explicit or implicit, or not fully articulated. Customer expectations, as understood by the organization, form the primary basis of the product that is subsequently planned and delivered. The extent to which the delivered product is perceived by the customer to meet or exceed expectations determines the degree of customer satisfaction. It is important to make a distinction between the organization’s view of the quality of the delivered product and the customer’s perception of the delivered product, because it is the latter that governs the customer’s satisfaction.
Who is it relevant for?
ISO 10004 is relevant to any organization that wishes to exceed customer expectations, a basic requirement for businesses of all types and sizes, whether they’re in the private, public or voluntary sectors.
For questions or inquiries, please contact us or fill out the quick contact form on this page and we will get back to you shortly.