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Time to take your Customers “SERIOUSLY”!

Customer satisfaction: A feeling that customers avail post utilization of the store products and services.

Do you ever think of the web store experience post buying the products and satisfying your requirements? 679 more words

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5 Ways to Revamp Your Approach to Customer Service

Posted by Mandeep Kwatra

This blog post was originally published October 5, 2015 on twice.com

Balancing a diverse product profile and increasingly global consumer base brings new and more complex service challenges. 484 more words

Customer Experience

Dominos - The Power of Customer Feedback

Dominos was named America’s favorite pizza brand, according to statistics from the 2015 Brand Keys customer engagement index . When asked what they attributed this recognition to they responded with “by listening to our customers”. 467 more words

Customer Loyalty

How to Easily Implement Cloud Computing in Your Small Business

Each cloud project should takes into consideration:-

  • A strategic vision on the benefits the organization is expected to gain in relation to costs, flexibility and advanced capabilities.
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Customer Satisfaction is Your Primary Goal

This blog is about your value proposition.

When you run a business and you’re considering marketing initiatives, it’s important to put things in their proper perspective, especially this: 404 more words


"I have had an excellent experience with InventionHome."

I have had an excellent experience with InventionHome. I found the quality of the art/virtual design to be awesome. Everyone has returned my phone calls and e-mails in a timely manner and have handled any questions/concerns in a professional manner.

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Steve Jobs urged us to 'Think different' - does Apple still agree?

”Apple’s vision — led by Steve Jobs — would innovate the desktop computer and later the mobile market. Apple was one of the first to use a GUI (graphical user interface), the mouse and a CD-ROM drive,” Akiko Ashley writes for Architosh. 553 more words