What is the Satisfaction Index?
The Satisfaction Index objectively expresses brand performance at Complaints Book based on interaction with complaining users.
Good brand performance increases the Satisfaction Index.
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This is the Satisfaction Index you should look for within Complaints Book to make the best decision.
The graphical presentation of the Satisfaction Index translates into a scale that allows a quick comparison between brands.
Satisfaction Index rating ranges from 0 to 100
N/A (Not Assigned)
Satisfaction Index is only available for brands with a minimum of 2 complaints. Until the brand is eligible, the Satisfaction Index will be "Not Assigned".
How is the Satisfaction Index calculated?
The Satisfaction Index comprises a formula based solely on the performance of each brand in Complaints Book.
There are four states of complaints that are considered for the Satisfaction Index:
Satisfaction Index (SI)
- Awaiting reply
- Being dealt with
SI = [(RR * 4.5) (AR / 2) (SR * 4) ART]: 10
RR (Response Rate)
= (No. of complaints being dealt with + No. of claims resolved + No. of complaints not resolved) / Total No. of complaints
TPC (Total Period Considered)
= No. of complaints received in months 1 n
-12 to n
SR (Solution Rate)
= Number of complaints resolved / TPC
AR (Average Rating)
= Sum of Feedback
ratings / No. of total ratings
ART (Average Response Time)
= Average Response Times 2
Note: If the brand has not had the minimum number of complaints in the last 12 months to be eligible for the Satisfaction Index, then the total period of brand activity is considered.
|| For SR are considered the last 11 months preceding the previous month.
Being n the current month, the period considered to calculate the SR is from n -12 to n -1
|| The ART of each claim is accounted for as follows.
- Up to 3 days in response equals 10 points
- Between 4 to 9 days equals 7 points
- 10 to 14 days equals 2 points
- More than 15 days equals 0 points