Why would you want to ask for customer feedback?
You have delivered your best to your products and services. I also don’t doubt your in-depth knowledge, which makes you more knowledgeable about your products than anyone else.
Yet, do you know this in-depth knowledge is the ultimate blind-fold that makes you inefficient to improve?
Unless you live among the situations surrounded by critics that point out your shortcomings, you can’t even know your pitfalls, talking about improvement is far from reality. You don’t even realize the critical aspects that may help you advance from better to the best, or even fix your drawbacks.
This is what customer feedback does for you and your business.
Their knowledge may not be as deep as yours, but they will give you some practical insights into unthinkable ways to improve your products and services.