customer satisfactionnoun

  • ja顧客満足(度)
  • ena measure of how products and services supplied by a company meet or surpass customer expectation

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And those are the most important things for us.
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Innovation, customer satisfaction,
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and the overall size and loyalty of our customers.
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In terms of overall customer satisfaction,
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Trader Joe's was the highest-ranking national brand in Consumer Reports' 2019 ranking of grocery chains.
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Customers report high levels of satisfaction,
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despite the fact that Trader Joe's is not necessarily convenient or a one-stop shop.
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But better and faster in-flight WiFi is definitely on its way.
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American Airlines, for example, is making moves to invest in better in-flight WiFi.
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One survey showed that 67% of passengers would rebook with an airline if high-quality WiFi were available.
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In other words, good Wi-Fi means customer satisfaction and loyalty.
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Is it ever gonna return to the way it was?
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I mean, I hope it will.
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But there's still so much uncertainty.
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Don't let anybody over here hear me saying this,
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but I hope it doesn't come back like it was.
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Maybe a little less crowded, maybe a little bit more concerted effort on customer satisfaction.
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I think prices will have to go up.
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But then, they were too low before.
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There could be a lot of interesting stuff going on.
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Today, I'm thrilled to tell you the Apple Watch is now the number 1 watch in the world.
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But what's most rewarding to us is how much our users love it.
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We have an industry-leading customer satisfaction rate of 97%.