In an increasingly competitive mechanical engineering environment, the vast majority of small and medium-sized enterprises, in addition to those that have transformed and innovated, are still struggling. At this point, the global pandemic has not been delayed, and factory orders and spare parts have been significantly affected.
In the first place, we had to change the way we used to monetize. We wanted the big money makers to place mass production orders that would quickly saturate the plant. However, this will give the factory quick access to capital, but will not be able to contact other customers and orders in saturation because they have no time and can no longer produce. If you don’t want to lift yourself up and can take as many as possible, then don’t care what happens when delivery times are too long and the customer experience is extremely low. However, most companies want to be resilient, so they can develop orders for small but relatively profitable customers by relying on service indoctrination to ensure that customers don’t order to provide fixed liquidity to their business.
Conventionally, we felt that the traditional way of doing business could build a foothold and strengthen it. But in reality, our existing business channels have blocked most of our external customers because of their potential demand, and they can’t even look at us or find us. But how do I place an order? Transformation, we need to expand internet channels and develop blue ocean networks so that businesses can continue to bring in invisible guests. This is not easy, but it is time for the development of enterprises and the development of society to take this step.
Service measures are simply abstract, but it is a part that all companies understand, but it is also a part that many companies lack. How you retain customers and provide a great experience is closely tied to your company’s corporate culture. You can grow in a timely manner for more than a decade without a corporate culture that instills ideas, innovation, struggle and serves all customers well with a single service system. In addition, it is necessary to have a mindset that keeps pace with the concept of service and the times. How to use Internet resources to integrate and scale your business completely online during a pandemic, for example.
In a nutshell, we still need a way of selling that keeps pace with the changing times, so it can provide a strong source of vitality and lasting vitality to precision machining Malaysia companies to promote thriving development.