Syncron Helps UK Manufacturers Improve After-sales Service Operations at Educational Seminar

Sep 17, 2017 • NewsAftermarketSyncronParts Pricing and Logistics

SyncronTM, a leading provider of cloud-based after-sales service solutions focused on empowering the world’s leading manufacturers to maximise product uptime and deliver exceptional customer experiences, have recently announced the launch of the After-sales Excellence Forum, a complimentary, half-day event aimed at helping manufacturers unlock hidden revenue opportunities and achieve new levels of customer satisfaction through optimised after-sales service.

It’s no secret the world is changing, and it’s changing fast. Multiple demographic, economic and social trends are pushing manufacturers to transform their after-sales service organisations, and shift from a reactive, break-fix model to maximising product uptime. This event aims to help companies embrace this change to achieve new levels of financial performance, customer loyalty and competitive differentiation.

The agenda specifically includes:

  • How to leverage after-sales service as a growth and profit lever
  • A deep-dive into how optimised service parts inventory greatly improves service operations
  • Challenges facing after-sales service professionals, and how to overcome them

“We are thrilled to welcome the UK’s leading manufacturers to the After-sales Excellence Forum,” said Gill Devine, VP of Sales, EMEA at Syncron. “We are bringing together some of the top after-sales service experts to share strategies and tactics for how to successfully navigate today’s changing world. We aim to give manufacturers the confidence to take their after-sales service operations to the next level, increasing both financial performance and customer loyalty.”

The complimentary event will be held at The Icetank in London on 12 Oct. Representatives from Syncron, Servispart Consulting and IAAF will lead the day’s discussions.

To learn more about the event and register, click here.



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