PvG Continues Streak of High Client Satisfaction and NPS Scores

PvG Client Satisfaction and NPS Survey Results 2022

Newport Beach, California Jan 30, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – ProView Global (PvG), a pioneer and leading provider of global operations management, offering U.S. employee benefits administration support and workspace design services, recently announced the results of their 2022 Client Satisfaction (CSAT) and Net Promoter Score (NPS) Surveys.

In a repeat of last year’s results, PvG received a 100% client satisfaction score for quality of services, reliability, responsiveness, and relationship management. Its Net Promoter Score (NPS) stayed at 100% with all its clients responding that they are likely to recommend PvG to other organizations.

Clients had this to say about PvG:

  • “Proview Global is a top-notch organization. Utilizing their services has been a key component in our organization’s continued growth and success.”
  • “Working with PVG since 2014, they have always provided solid reliable high-quality support. They are able to perform difficult procedures and tasks and are a true support partner working as a member of my team. Not only do they provide quality and reliable support, but they are a joy to work with. Our experience with PVG has been 100% positive and I would absolutely recommend them to anyone seeking a support organization.
  • “PvG integrated flawlessly with our onshore department. Providing the needed support for customer calls and emails. Efficient, polite, and knowledgeable. We could not have done so well during the busiest season of our industry without their valued help.”
  • “The PvG team has been great to work with from the integrity of their work, their communication, and the culture they provide! I look forward to each interaction with the team…their level of service and support is unmatched!”

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Source :ProView Global (PvG)

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