Wants to Know What You Think

December 23, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
As a customer – oriented company introduced a new analytical research of their clients’ needs. Brenda Hallright, the company manager commented that such researches would be conducted in the end of every month starting from December. She added, “We want to know how our services are progressing and we want to know where we are wrong. That is the only way we can progress and remain the best writing service. Only our customers can estimate our services objectively. That is why we need their help.”
The support representatives phone the clients and if they don’t mind, they answer the question. This month poll aimed to find out the reasons why students buy term paper instead of writing it themselves.
Those are the students’ answers:
I ordered a custom paper from your company because:
I have no time, as I am working -53, 38 %
I don’t find this subject interesting 17, 22 %
I don’t know how to do it; I lack necessary knowledge –15 %
I don’t like research work, going to the libraries, etc. - 10, 15 %
Writing is not my strong point - 4, 25 %
The company is sure that such polls will enhance the quality of the offered services and even the slightest details will be taken into consideration. Moreover, such communication builds up a new kind of relation between the company and the client, making them closer to each other. The people at are assured that with such an interrogation company really demonstrates its concern about the customers and their needs.
Individual approach in work and flexible partnership that enhances the quality of the writing have always been the key priorities for everyone who contributes to the first rate service of Following these perspectives this new research has been established. The company has built unique relations assuring constant contact with its customers. They have an opportunity to express their opinions, to express their requirements and needs to the company representatives. All this is done to make the best service even better.