Customer Pain Point

Customer Pain Point

A customer pain point refers to a specific problem or issue that potential customers of a company face. The pain points are varied and likely unique to the prospect. The main types of pain points are financial pain points, performance pain points, process pain points, and support pain points.

Literal Meanings of Customer Pain Point


Meanings of Customer:
  1. A user, a customer who purchases or plans to purchase or receive a product or service from a business or retailer.

  2. A person, especially a person who interacts with others in some way.

Sentences of Customer
  1. Every passerby is a potential buyer.

  2. Great customer, tough customer, customer.


Meanings of Pain:
  1. Physical pain or suffering, or an example of discomfort due to dysfunction, illness, or injury caused by .

  2. The state or fact of suffering or fear is mainly mental, as opposed to the pleasures that afflict suffering.

  3. (for neck pain) Upsetting person or object.

  4. Suffering inflicted as punishment or punishment.

  5. (usually plural) effort associated with great care or difficulty in doing something.

  6. Pain, physical discomfort or anxiety, unpleasant feelings of any intensity, torment with .

  7. Disturb the mind, worry, be sad.

  8. Hurting someone as punishment.

  9. One of the types of bread with filling.

Sentences of Pain
  1. I had to stop running when my legs started to hurt.

  2. After all, pain is a fact of life.

  3. Your mother is a real pain.

  4. You may not leave this room on pain of .

  5. The injury hurt him.

  6. It hurts me to say I have to let you go.

  7. Pain in the ham Spanish pain.


Meanings of Point:
  1. Discreet distribution of something.

  2. Sharp ending.

  3. One of several parts of the .

  4. A short piece of rigging used for reefing sails.

  5. Rope or cord used to tie certain items of clothing.

  6. Handmade lace.

  7. Private information, hint, hint, hint.

  8. The position a pointer takes when it finds slack.

  9. The falcon flies vertically over the place where its prey has taken refuge.

  10. The act of pointing, such as pointing the foot down in certain dance positions.

  11. The gesture of extending the index finger in one direction to indicate something.

  12. Vaccination point.

  13. In different sports, the position of a particular player or, more broadly, the player who occupies that position.

  14. Stretching the index finger at something to indicate where it is or to attract attention.

  15. To draw attention to something or point in a direction.

  16. Look in a certain direction.

  17. (sometimes figuratively) pointing to the object to be pointed to.

  18. Attach the sharpening point to the sharp end for cutting, forging, sharpening or filing.

  19. To indicate the probability of something.

  20. To fix the mortar.

  21. To fill and finish joints (walls), backfill with cement or mortar and bring to a smooth surface.

  22. (Stone cutting) Cut with a sharp tool as a surface.

  23. To direct or encourage (someone) in a certain direction.

  24. Separate the integer from the decimal point with a decimal point.

  25. Mark with diacritics.

  26. Put punctuation before punctuation marks.

  27. Instruct the CPU to look for information in a specific location in memory.

  28. To redirect requests sent to a domain name to the IP address corresponding to that domain name.

  29. Swim close to the wind.

  30. Indicate with your eyes the presence of game, as some hunting dogs do.

  31. (abscess) Get closer to the surface of the head.

  32. Give (something said or said) a point, give it a special meaning or power.

  33. Assign to.

Sentences of Point
  1. Point of Venice Point of Brussels.

  2. The dog came to.

  3. It is rude to point the finger at others.

  4. The compass needle points north.

  5. Aim the at the wolf or the cannon at the fortress.

  6. Indicate with an arrow, a pencil, or (figuratively) morality.

  7. If he asks for food, lead him to the refrigerator.

  8. Point out the composition.

  9. A little diminished, it turned out.

Customer Pain Point