What is customer satisfaction (CSAT)? - Definition from WhatIs.com

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customer satisfaction (CSAT)

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In customer relationship management, customer satisfaction (CSAT) is a measure of the degree to which a product or service meets the customer's expectations.

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This was last updated in September 2008
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