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Tony Wheble, CEO at Feefo.
Mintra has won the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award for a second consecutive year. The Feefo award is an independent seal of excellence in recognition of exceptional service to online customers over a 12-month period. The assessment has been made based on authentic feedback collected across Mintra.com's online customer base who purchased eLearning courses in 2022.
Mintra.com was launched in December 2020 and the website’s e-commerce functionality has been designed specifically for individuals and teams that require immediate access to eLearning courses. Customers can test whether the learning solutions are right for them through ‘try before you buy’ product demonstrations.
More than 80% of Mintra’s customer reviews have a Feefo service rating of over 4.5 out of a possible 5 and have provided positive feedback on the end-to-end purchase process and the quality of the courses bought.
Feefo established the Trusted Service Awards in 2014 to recognise businesses which use the platform to collect verified reviews and receive exceptional feedback from their customers. Working with over 6,000 brands, Feefo is the world's largest provider of verified reviews, helping brands understand customers by analysing verified reviews and providing insight into trends, needs and habits.
“This year has been a difficult one for so many businesses, so I’m delighted to recognise thousands of our clients that have overcome various challenges to provide such high levels of customer service and satisfaction. The Trusted Service Awards have always been about recognising companies, like Mintra, that go above and beyond the norm to deliver a great service and receive great feedback delighted customers in return,” Tony Wheble, CEO at Feefo.
“We are delighted to have achieved the Feefo Gold standard recognition for a second year. It is a testament to the quality of our products, hard work and dedication of the team to maintain the highest levels of customer service.” Katrine Knowland, Digital Marketing Manager
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