Customer satisfaction

When you’re busy dealing with customers on a regular basis, it’s not always easy to keep customer service training in your thoughts. Wranx keeps your company’s customer service training fresh in the minds of employees, so that customers can be given the best possible experience when dealing with your company.

Company reputation

Employees who are well trained in customer service not only help to keep customers as satisfied as possible but help to maintain a great reputation for your company. By ensuring that your employees are equipped to deliver excellent customer service, Wranx improves both your reputation and your bottom line.

More benefits

  • Improve customer satisfaction and organisation reputation
  • Reduce call-times and query resolution times
  • Improve your organisation's bottom line

Service success at HomeAway


Wranx converted HomeAway's customer service training content into short, bite-sized information that could be easily digested by the call reps.


Around 70% of HomeAway employees used Wranx and the response was overwhelmingly positive.

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