Did you know there are about 15 to 50 errors per 1000 lines of delivered code? As a result, it’s becoming more crucial to have proper troubleshooting procedures in place.
Customer service usually fails because your representatives aren’t ready to solve every problem. Therefore, businesses need to create customer service protocols to prevent failures when things go wrong.
Troubleshooting refers to the method used to solve problems. Companies should establish a troubleshooting protocol for both customer service and employees.
Without practical solutions, customers will start looking elsewhere for their needs. Keep reading to learn how to build a solid troubleshooting process. Continue reading