What is NPS?

What is NPS?

Net Promoter Score (or NPS for short), is a customer experience and satisfaction metric widely adopted around the world. It came about as an alternative to customer surveys and mystery shopping. These were previously the most popular ways of capturing and measuring customer experiences.

NPS is a method of easily quantifying the experience between a ‘provider’ and a ‘customer’. A provider can be a business providing goods and services, an employer or another type of entity.

How is NPS calculated?

Customers are asked one simple question – “How likely are you to recommend us to your family and friends?”. The respondent has to grade their experience on a scale of 0-10 (less commonly, other scales are used such as 1-10, 1-5 etc.).

Those responding in the 9-10 range are referred to as Promoters. These are customers who rate their customer experience highly and are likely to promote your brand to others, leading to business growth.

Responders who have scored in the 7-8 range are referred to as Passives and are fairly neutral in their opinion.

Detractors are people who score their experience between 0 and 6 and represent the unhappy customers. They can damage your brand with bad publicity and will not return to your brand. Identifying Detractors and remedying their experience in a positive way is highly beneficial for businesses. They can avoid damage to their brand and turn the negative customer experiences around to a good outcome.

Subtracting the percentage of Detractors from the percentage of Promoters will give you the NPS score for your business.

Net Promoter Score
How NPS software works

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How are NPS scores collected?

How are NPS scores collected?
How NPS software works

At Toyota we talk about kaizen, or continuous improvement, and this is one of the core elements of the Toyota Production System. It’s easy to say but how do we actually walk the talk, especially in the eyes of customers?In 2013 Toyota NZ introduced Customer Radar to help us do this. We now get almost instantaneous feedback from more customers than ever before. We can see the results on-line and in real time. Customer Radar has revolutionised our customer feedback process.One of the unique advantages of Customer Radar is that it is so easy for our customers to provide feedback without feeling pressured. In addition to the customer experience insights and benchmarking Customer Radar provides, we also receive live alerts from any dissatisfied customers. The ability to deal with issues quickly and efficiently means we have the opportunity to retain more business by being proactive with customers and demonstrate our commitment to providing the best experience possible.

General Manager Customer Service, Toyota / Lexus

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