Satmetrix provides cloud-based customer experience management (CEM) software for companies worldwide. The company delivers the technology and expertise to mobilise loyal customers and retain at-risk customers before they churn. Satmetrix offers a variety of cloud-based CEM software to over 300 customers in 40+ languages based on Net Promoter®—a customer loyalty metric and discipline that uses customer feedback to fuel profitable growth. Satmetrix has their global headquarters based in the Silicon Valley, with their EMEA headquarters in London, as well as an additional office in India. With three global offices their employees are dispersed across multiple locations.
Life for Satmetrix before RingCentral
Before RingCentral, Satmetrix was using a hardware-heavy and cost intensive telecommunications system, which was not economical or easy to maintain. The company also struggled with the lack of control it had over the system when changing the settings on it. As explained by Selestin Thomas, Director of IT & Operations, Satmetrix, “We had no flexibility or in-house technical expertise to do the smallest of things such as call routing, adding a new line or changing company greetings, and so on. This was counterproductive and expensive in terms of maintenance cost and operational downtime.”
Why Satmetrix chose RingCentral
Satmetrix chose to switch their business’ phone service to RingCentral for the following reasons:
How RingCentral has empowered Satmetrix’s business
RingCentral’s phone system ensures that Satmetrix can provide the best possible customer experience:
Importantly, RingCentral is always there to help Satmetrix out. As stated by Selestin Thomas, “For us, one of RingCentral’s unique selling points is its outstanding technical support.” Thomas elaborates further, “Their engineers have trained my team and created in-house trained resources, so we don’t need to contact RingCentral for most of the troubleshooting. And when we do need to contact them, their support team is incredibly responsive, helpful and efficient.”