Monday, July 10, 2017
PLYMOUTH, MI — Burroughs, Inc., a provider of support and maintenance for financial services equipment, has increased focus on customer service with expanded training and increased technical service and support staff throughout the United States. In addition, the company has created a continuous improvement team to act as the “Special Forces of Service” (SFS) – ensuring high-level training and service standards across the board.
“It is important to us that our customers receive top-level service and care, whether that service is in Arizona or Alaska,” said Adam Hobelmann, vice president of sales and marketing for Burroughs. “That’s why we have taken the initiative to invest our time and money into building a knowledgeable and cohesive team capable of meeting the expectations of our clients.”
With over 100 new technician and support team members and the implementation of new service standards, Burroughs is ready to respond and maintain equipment from a variety of manufacturers including NCR, Diebold, Hyosung, Tidel, Triton and many more, says Hobelmann.
The SFS, made up of top supply chain managers and reporting to Ed Boyd, the vice president of service, is designed to evaluate procedures and customer responses. The team will work to improve service abilities and customer care by promoting consistency, reinforcing service standards and addressing issues as they arise.
"Dedication to continuous improvement is key to both Burroughs and our customers' success. We have to be better than our competition, so we're looking at things differently and heavily leveraging our data within our operational teams. It's not just how we performed last month or last week, but how we perform tomorrow. The CI team is helping to review and refine our operating practices across all of our service disciplines to ultimately improve client experience and equipment availability."
To find out more about Burroughs new customer service and support initiative, and to learn about products, services and programs offered by Burroughs, Inc. visit www.burroughs.com or call 1 (800) BURROUGHS.