THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2017

Customer Satisfaction Award

Last week at the Knowledge15 ServiceNow conference in Las Vegas, Crossfuze Solutions was recognized as having the highest Customer Satisfaction Score across all authorized partners. Additionally, Crossfuze was recognized as having the second-highest Customer Satisfaction Score across all partner tier levels (130 partners) — coming within one-tenth of one percent of first place.

 

As an engagement manager with Crossfuze, I work with our clients every day. I constantly hear how much they enjoy working with Crossfuze. With our customers giving us an overall satisfaction score of 9+, I’m glad to see Crossfuze recognized in the ServiceNow community for our successes in making every customer engagement a fantastic experience.

I hope you’ll join me in congratulating our implementation team and consultants on winning first place in our partner tier.

If you are looking for an implementation partner, or for other help in your ServiceNow instance, contact us to get our award-winning first-class service and support.

Crossfuze Solutions winner of Highest Customer Satisfaction Score among ServiceNow Authorized Partners

 

5 Comments

Slava Savitsky 30-04-2015, 01:48

Congrats on this amazing achievement! Are the scores of all partners published anywhere?

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Mark Stanger 30-04-2015, 06:03

Unfortunately, they’re not. I’m hoping that we’ll see something like this in the future from ServiceNow though.

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Jim Coyne 06-05-2015, 10:56

Congratulations to the team!

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Arun 07-05-2015, 04:51

Wonderful achievement …. It Just the beginning…. Keep Rocking…..

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Donte 05-08-2015, 11:14

Congrats.

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