How to Calculate ROI for Mystery ShoppingAugust 30, 2011
As 2012 budget time approaches, companies have one priority when choosing what items to include in their budgets: ROI. Now, more than ever, companies are assessing carefully how every service that they use contributes to ROI. Many service providers claim their offerings tie directly into ROI; however, they don’t clearly outline the numbers.
Managers need hard numbers to justify purchases, and mystery shopping services are no exception. Whether a company has been using a mystery shopping program for a long time, or is considering one for the first time, estimating ROI can help weigh the costs vs. the benefits of the program.
Mystery Shopping ROI: Suggestive Selling Online Calculator ToolApril 7, 2011
Companies use mystery shopping, IVR and web surveys and other measures of customer experience in an effort to increase customer satisfaction, which will hopefully turn into customer loyalty. If your company is considering starting a customer experience measurement program (or if you are already using one) it may be helpful to calculate what the potential return on investment may be.
Mystery Shopping for Revenue Generation: Maximize the ROI of Your Mystery Shopping ProgramSeptember 4, 2009
Mystery shopping usually means measuring customer experiences as they relate to specific performance expectations for service delivery. This means that mystery shoppers are typically reporting on behaviors and conditions that affect the usually means measuring customer experience .
Telephone Mystery Shopping QuestionsJuly 29, 2009
Many companies that are considering the implementation of a telephone mystery shopping program ask us for sample mystery shopper survey questions.