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What do BDC reps look at when they receive an internet lead?

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 30, 2018 12:22:50 PM / by Alondra Diaz posted in FastMSP technology, mystery shopping, personas, mystery shoppers

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Tools To Evolve The Mystery Shopper Hiring Process

[fa icon="calendar'] May 30, 2018 2:17:42 PM / by Alondra Diaz posted in FastMSP technology, mystery shopping, personas, mystery shoppers

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The Technology Shark Swallows Mystery Shopping … or Does He?

Each day new techniques to collect data are being introduced because of great technology.

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A Backwards Approach to Developing Your Next Mystery Shopping Form

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 7, 2016 9:30:00 AM / by Mark Hollister posted in FastMSP technology, data, mystery shopping

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Key takeaways for fast consumption:

  • Create your mystery shopping form by walking through your customer's journey and developing questions that measure each touch point.
  • Incorporate questions that measure the three channels of service delivery; people, place, and process.
  • Use our free form grader service if you'd like input on your mystery shopping form.
Input equals output. In order to get actionable results from your mystery shopping program, you need to create the right questions that are answered and scored in the right way so that you can take action on the data. Creating the questions that shoppers will measure is a vital step, but it’s actually the last step in developing a mystery shopping form. If you want to create a form that measures your customer experience in a meaningful way, you’ll need to work backwards.
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Putting More “Mystery” in Mystery Shops

[fa icon="calendar'] May 27, 2016 8:00:00 AM / by Mark Hollister posted in FastMSP technology, mystery shopping, faster!

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If you schedule mystery shops, you know how difficult it can be to find shoppers for hard to fill locations, adhere to rotation requirements, and remain shop compliant to program specifications without spending a fortune on shopper bonuses, labor hours, or third party schedulers. Mystery shop providers (MSP’s) who want to make the process of filling shops easier when they need a constant stream of new shoppers for web or phone based shops, use personas to make it happen.

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