CFI Group receives statistical modeling patent for customer satisfaction research

 
March 28, 2014

CFI Group, a customer satisfaction measurement and analytics firm, announced it has been awarded Patent No. 8,666,515. According to the company, this patent adds new analytic capabilities to the statistical modeling engine used by the internationally recognized American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) research organization.

With this patent, the mathematics and modeling supporting the ACSI have been enhanced to reflect the latest in statistical modeling techniques. The original ACSI modeling engine was developed at CFI Group in cooperation with University of Michigan.

CFI Group also announced that it is now the exclusive partner of the ACSI. Companies wishing to apply the power and insights of the ACSI methodology for customized measurements can contract directly with CFI Group to design and implement customer satisfaction research projects.

"Benchmarking performance and gathering customer feedback through reliable analytics is crucial to the success of any company," said Sheri Petras, CEO of CFI Group. "CFI Group's exclusive partnership with the ACSI provides our clients with actionable insights to improve customer experience and enhance profitability."

Leveraging the science of the ACSI, CFI Group serves a variety of clients in industries including retail, financial services, the government sector, professional services, transportation, healthcare, and others. The ACSI methodology is used by over 500 companies and organizations worldwide.


Topics: Customer Experience , Customer Service , Technology


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