SEEKING THE VOICE OF THE CUSTOMER (VOC)
Providing Voice of the Customer Services that tell you exactly what your customers think about the goods/services that you provide
In Lean and Lean Six SIgma it is vital to understand what the customer really thinks of the products or services you provide them. Our services in this area includes facilitated Voice of the Customer workshops to get customer feedback and inputs on your products or services. We provide Lean and Lean Six Sigma consulting services to develop and execute routine and/or transaction-based customers surveys to obtain both qualitative and quantitative feedback from your customers, in short the Voice of the Customer. This is then used as the inputs to determine the areas of improvement needed for your products or services and also improvements required within your organization.
Voice of the customer, or VOC, is the ongoing collection of customer needs and expectations-both spoken and unspoken. Each VOC item is then transformed into Critical to Quality (CTQs) criteria which may be thought of as specifications that reflect the VOC. Knowing how to collect V-O-C information and to use it effectively can significantly impact your organization. This is an excellent video resource about VOC here
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* Lean, Six Sigma, Agile & Service Design
* Leadership and ground level experience
* Operating since 2004
* Based in Singapore
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