Great Customer Service: Sometimes it is YOU

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Great Customer Service: Sometimes it is YOU
Tweet   Last week work beamed me to Chennai in Southern India, a city where I was born and had also spent a large part of my childhood. Work has taken me to Chennai often and I am usually booked at a hotel that is not far from where I lived as a kid. The hotel […]

Who Is the Boss in Social #BPM – You or your Customer?

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Who Is the Boss in Social #BPM – You or your Customer?
Tweet How will social BPM affect your customer? The possibilities that Social concepts lend to BPM are interesting. Doug Mow used the the right words – Tweet

BPM and Twitter – Tweeting to BPM

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BPM and Twitter – Tweeting to BPM
Tweet Updated. A few weeks back, this post of Dr.Natalie provoked several threads of thought on the growing influence of Social Media in business. Besides the obvious benefits of Social Media in Marketing, the biggest benefit from applying Social Media in business is arguably from the customer service function. Tweet

Customer Support, How Can We Help You?

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Customer Support, How Can We Help You?
Tweet An endless number and combinations of technologies are available for organizations to use, woo and win  customers and then keep them happy. There is even a spate of emerging technologies – like Enterprise 2.0, that is going to be immensely valuable in this. Tweet

A Waste Or A Necessary Evil?

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A Waste Or A Necessary Evil?
Tweet There is an exercise common to IT service companies that is so very critical that its importance can never be over-emphasised. It brings together the best effort of people from different departments, different roles, different levels and can make a big difference to the course an organization takes. Tweet

Unlock that Revenue Hiding In Your Processes!

Categories: BPM, CRM, IT Industry, Performance Management
Unlock that Revenue Hiding In Your Processes!
The failure rate of software implementations involving CRM has always been a cause of concern for both vendors as well as buyers. What makes a CRM implementation successful? How can an organization ensure ROI beyond expectations? In tough markets, how can organizaitons be sure to impact topline throught investments in CRM?

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