A gap analysis, also known as delta analysis, forecasts operational and strategic business trends from the baseline assumption that the company will continue its operations as before based on the established processes of an organisation. The expected development of the target figures is determined by applying statistical forecast methods to extrapolated historical values. In a second step, the forecast result is compared with the requested target. Once this is done, gap analysis visualizes the difference, delta, or gap between the requested target and the potential development. Our TÜV SÜD experts work closely with you in every gap analysis and assist you in evaluating and interpreting the results.
Depending on your terms of reference and objectives, we can conduct various types of employee surveys on your behalf: individual campaigns, including opinion polls and employee climate surveys, but also periodic and systematic employee surveys as an integrated part of your management system. Employee surveys offer a host of benefits, from improving employee satisfaction and motivation to enhancing work atmosphere, targeted employee qualification, and improving service quality for customers, to name a few.
Customer surveys measure your customers' satisfaction with your service and product quality. They also provide important information on customer expectations, customer needs, brand awareness, and your company's reputation within your defined target group. As customized solutions are becoming increasingly important, particularly in the era of digitalization, customer surveys may be able to identify enormous opportunities.
Mystery analyses are ideal tools to examine service quality and customer focus in your company. Their best known forms include mystery shopping, mystery calls, and mystery mailings. We provide test customers from your target group with in-depth training in mystery analysis, and give them targeted analysis assignments with tailored test criteria. Their impartial external findings may uncover ‘blind spots’ in your company.