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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail
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Fourth Shift Corporation: Working Overtime To Provide Complete Customer Care
Fourth Shift claims to have grasped the requirements of its target market (SMEs) that wish to acquire most of their business applications from a single source

customer care free online training  Overtime To Provide Complete Customer Care Fourth Shift Corporation: Working Overtime To Provide Complete Customer Care P.J. Jakovljevic - October 2, 2000 Vendor Summary Fourth Shift Corporation is a provider of Internet-enabled business applications almost exclusively for small and mid-market companies as well as divisions and subsidiaries of larger Global 2500 corporations. Founded in 1982 with headquarters in Minneapolis, MN, USA, Fourth Shift generated $69.2 million in revenue in fiscal 1999.

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Customer Care and Billing (CC&B)

Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions typically support providers of utilities, telephony, cable, or other services providing companies. CC&B software includes functionality for mediation, provisioning, rating, reporting, financial systems, and billing for voice, data, content, and utility services. 

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Building the Small Contact Center


Until recently, customer interaction technologies were often considered too complex and costly for all but the largest businesses to justify. But today that picture has changed. Encouraged by declining technology costs and changing customer expectations, and pressured by competition, small and midsized companies are investing in key customer service building blocks, such as contact centers.

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Innovative Approaches in the Free-for-all World of Value-added Resellers


The universe of existing applications partners is relatively stable; some occasional movement from dropping one product in favor of another occurs naturally, and no vendor is immune to losing partners. But some innovative vendors are doing their best.

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CRM without Compromise: A Strategy for Profitable Growth


When implementing customer relationship management (CRM), organizations often lose sight of their customers and focus on efficiency gains instead of looking at the bigger picture from a customer perspective. But organizations that can build a business-centric system flexible enough to quickly respond to changing customer needs will have a sustainable competitive advantage and enjoy profitable growth for years to come.

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Help Is on the Line for Call Center Challenges


Call centers typically struggle with two major issues: ensuring high quality multi-channel communication and dealing with high employee turnover. Multi-channel communication is no longer optional for call centers, as customers are used to having many options for interacting, ranging from phone and text to e-mail and social media. However, maintaining the quality of interactions across channels

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Customer Analytics Pay Off


To help organizations develop a customer analytics strategy designed to drive growth and increase customer satisfaction, the IBM Institute for Business Value has identified four stages of organizational capabilities and associated customer analytics strategies.

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Transforming Customer Service with Business Analytics


Customer service needs to go beyond handling dissatisfied customers and build relationships with customers so they are profitable, loyal advocates. Business analytics can help customer service departments acquire the information and capabilities to transform themselves.

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Delivering Superior Customer Value in Insurance


Effective management of customer data is a critical success factor for insurers. To provide products and service that stand out from the crowd, insurers need a 360-degree view of each customer that covers his or her entire experience with the company. Read this white paper on how information technology that supports tightly integrated, end-to-end business processes can increase insurer responsiveness and customer loyalty.

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I-Impact Predicts Your Customer Retention!


More and more, the market is requesting that a CRM or an ERP application include analytics which can be used in a myriad of businesses to predict customer behavior and help businesses increase the effectiveness of their customer acquisition, retention, and cross-sell programs. It is a costly operation to develop such functionality from scratch. Vendors like I-Impact offer packaged application providers the opportunity of a shortcut.

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Your 360-degree View of the Customer: Keep the Customer in View


Vendors of customer relationship management solutions, and the companies that use those solutions, praise the advantages of having a 360-degree view of the customer. The approach is meant to provide a company with a full picture of its customers in order to enhance the customer experience, provide better customer service and support, and improve the company’s sales and marketing initiatives to

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Best-in-class Marketers Drive Enhanced Customer Loyalty


The path to a complete view of the customer lies not in eliminating data sources but in integrating them and providing access that is easy to navigate and always available. This report explores how top-performing companies are capturing, integrating, managing, measuring, and acting on valuable customer data throughout the entire customer lifecycle, to maximize customer loyalty and achieve best-in-class bottom-line results.

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