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Service Productization
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for a Service Productization. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Productization of services is accomplished by associating tangible features with intangible service offerings. Tangible features may take the form of personnel, collateral, methodologies, pricing, facilities, or other attributes. Automation tools like enterprise service automation, database, and project management tools serve as enablers to service productization. By associating tangible features with intangible services, the professional services firm can build client confidence.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: service cost | service customer | service define | service definition | service development | service document | service documentation | service evaluation | service framework | service global | service implementation | service industry | service information system | service information systems | service information technology | service issues | service knowledge | service knowledge management | service maintenance | service management | service manufacturing | service marketing | service method |
5/16/2005 12:00:00 AM

Recession? Steal Market Share by Increasing Customer Service!
Recession? Steal Market Share by Increasing Customer Service!Secure Documents and Other Dynamic System to Use In Your Organization of Steal Market Share by Increasing Customer Service. During a recession, don’t follow the cost-cutting crowd. Of course, be frugal, but in areas that don’t touch the customer. Forget what everyone else is doing. Now isn’t the time to follow the masses—now is the time to make difficult decisions that will poise your company for unprecedented growth coming out of the downturn. Find out how to think and act for the long term—and emerge from the current economic stall a winner.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: Relationship Management (CRM),   Customer Service and Support,   Technology Tools and Methods Source: Mindshare Technologies Learn more about Mindshare Technologies Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation Best Practices for Fixed Asset Managers How to Use Projects to Master Asset Management Recession? Steal Market Share by
8/3/2009 3:20:00 PM

Good Customer Service Is Simple
Most companies salute good customer service as a key objective. But in its simplest form, what is good customer service? Outstanding customer service is a competitive advantage. Most companies salute good customer service as a key objective. But in its simplest form, what is good customer service? Olin Thompson lays down some basic requirements for businesses and explains the role of business processes in supporting good customer service.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: Good Customer Service Is Simple Good Customer Service Is Simple Olin Thompson - November 25, 2010 Read Comments Outstanding customer service is a competitive advantage. Most companies salute good customer service as a key objective. But in its simplest form, what is good customer service? Customer Service—A Simple Definition Customer service means meeting your customer’s expectations. That means you and your customer need to have a mutual understanding of what is expected and you have to deliver on
11/26/2010 8:44:00 AM

IFS Wins in Field Service Management » The TEC Blog
charge your HR and customer service what can be better than being with an employee whilst the complete their daily activity? * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 7 + 9 ?     Notify me of followup comments via e-mail --> The TEC Blog Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection Tag Cloud analytics bi BPM Business Intelligence CAD Cloud Cloud Computing CRM customer relationship management Epicor ERP HCM hr human capital

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26-02-2013

Top Software for Service Companies
For your own customized comparison reports, select a category below:ERP for Service Companies. Professional Services Automation Human Resource Man...

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: For assistance, please contact customer service. Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST. Phone: 514-954-3665, ext. 367. Special Offer Files 2010
10/5/2010 9:01:00 AM

5 Key Steps to Make Field Service Profitable
Is field service seen as a cost center at your business? Providing field service can be a complex process, but that does not have to mean it’s unprofitable. Every field service interaction is an opportunity to not only delight customers, but also increase revenue. Here are 5 easy steps to get your field service organization in the black this year. Accomplish all five and get your field techs, customers, and balance sheet in your favor.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: Field Service Management,   Customer Service and Support,   Field Sales,   Field Service Management,   Marketing Automation,   Partnership Management,   Mobile Commerce,   Cloud Computing,   Notebook or Netbook,   Mobile Phone (Smartphone) Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   field service software,   profitable field service ,   FSM ,   FSM software,   field service scheduling ,   field service mobility,   mobile FSM software,   ServiceMax,   field service
6/12/2013 1:36:00 PM

Where Has All the Service Gone?
For some reason, once a product moves into the retail channel, most manufacturers lose control. The retailer abdicates responsibility. When faced with a problem, the consumer is alone! What happened to the lifetime value of the customer? This article examines the lapses and promises in providing service to the end customer.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: takes to ensure true customer satisfaction. No matter where or when the product was purchased, issues are resolved with a smile. The ambiance, the piano player and the wonderful consumer experience more than compensate for a potentially higher price than at the alternative low price leaders . Service industries have also embraced that philosophy—Ritz Carlton personnel treat each guest like a celebrity—hospitality takes on a new meaning. Supermarkets are recognizing the value of customer loyalty progr
11/2/2004

How to Cope When Your Service Provider is Acquired
Challenges are aplenty when a vendor is acquired. Financial health is no longer a safe indicator to gauge a vendor's future during this mega merger era. Knowing the challenges facing big vendors, like Oracle and PeopleSoft, and their competitors can give users a negotiating edge, whether in or entering a contract.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: proposition, like a large customer base or a unique vertical solution, it will become a collected company , owned by one of the Big Few, otherwise, it may face oblivion. If you are a publicly traded vendor and do not want to be acquired, think of some defensive moves that can prevent this fate. Consider going private (possibly through an infusion of private funding), repurchasing your outstanding shares to ensure majority voting power, maintaining only a necessary level of cash, resorting to the poison
6/2/2005

Laird Technologies: A QAD Customer Case Study
Laird Technologies has been executing its global growth strategy since 2004. But in order to form a unified global enterprise with the 20 independent companies it acquired, Laird needed a new system—one that could address its needs in every country where it had manufacturing facilities. With QAD’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, 10 of those 20 sites were up and running in just nine months.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: Laird Technologies: A QAD Customer Case Study Laird Technologies: A QAD Customer Case Study Source: QAD Document Type: Case Study Description: Laird Technologies has been executing its global growth strategy since 2004. But in order to form a unified global enterprise with the 20 independent companies it acquired, Laird needed a new system—one that could address its needs in every country where it had manufacturing facilities. With QAD’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, 10 of those 20 sites
9/10/2007 4:41:00 PM

Market Landscape Report: Field Service Management
If you have a mobile, customer-facing workforce, you need field service management (FSM) software. An FSM solution provides essential functionality—from planning and scheduling to work order management, to customer engagement—that’s missing from most ERP and CRM systems. Get a comprehensive overview of the FSM space, and learn about key functionality, major vendors, and the latest market trends in this market landscape report.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: Contact Management (CM),   Customer Service and Support,   Field Sales,   Customer Experience Management (CXM),   Customer Care and Billing (CC&B),   Field Service Management,   Help Desk and Call Management,   Sales Force Automation (SFA),   Field Service management,   Workforce Management Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   field service management,   FSM,   field service planning and scheduling,   field service work order management,   field service customer
5/21/2013 11:53:00 AM

A Guide to ERP for Service Organizations
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is enabling service organizations to streamline service delivery, optimize operations, and improve customer satisfaction. In this podcast, TEC analyst Neil Stolovitsky sits down with Oracle’s Ted Kempf for his take on the unique implementation requirements of ERP systems for professional service organizations, as well as the role technology plays in running a successful service business.

CUSTOMER SERVICE HIERARCHY CHART: 6/26/2013 1:47:00 PM Superior customer service is the best way for companies to stand out. That’s made customer relationship management (CRM) software more important than ever, so it’s no surprise that a lot of ERP vendors are integrating CRM functionality into their solutions. In this Sage-sponsored podcast, CRM analyst Raluca Druta explains how that helps companies automate workflows, improve communication, and enhance the customer experience. Read The Benefits of CRM/ERP Integration How Mobile ERP
6/8/2007 11:22:00 AM


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