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Service Productization
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.

example of declining vendor service letter  service offerings. Consider the example noted earlier, Tax Optimization Review. The consistency of delivery for this offering could be dramatically improved by developing a standard project plan, predetermining the type of resources to staff it, leveraging scrubbed deliverables from previous engagements, and using pre-built executive interview sheets for data collection. This preparation could be completed on a project-by-project basis in order to manage project risk for any particular engagement. Read More...

Recession? 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.

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Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the retention of customers by collecting all data from every interaction, every customer makes with a company from all access points whether they a...
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What Is Software as a Service?
Though born from the ashes of traditional hosting models, software as a service differs fundamentally from its predecessors. Its software is designed to be delivered as a service, security is better, rich user interfaces are available, and it has greater interactivity.

example of declining vendor service letter  or pages. A good example of this is the way banks use check processing services. While software is used to run those services, banks are not paying to access the software, but are rather paying for a check clearing service. Another example would be the way the airlines use global distribution systems such as Sabre . There are also technical differences between SaaS and application hosting. In the traditional hosting model, referred to as single tenancy , a service provider licenses an application from an Read More...
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.

example of declining vendor service letter  the uncaring. Take for example the consumer electronics industry. Symbiotic relationships between manufacturers and retailers are reinforced by sales and margin growth. Manufacturers support their products with incentives, discounts, and rebates. Retailers provide the point of purchase, to include zero percent financing, enabling consumers to take home the latest gizmo and gadget immediately. Another revenue generator is the extended warranty . Sales personnel at specialty retailers urge the innocent to Read More...
Software as a Service Is Gaining Ground
Software as a service is the latest incarnation of the hosting model. The demand for cost efficiency, information technology flexibility, and faster return on investment, coupled with new technology advancements, has caused the hosting model to be reborn.

example of declining vendor service letter  as most appropriate. For example, traditional ASPs required retailer and manufacturing user enterprises to predict their peak load based on past performance and forecast speculation, generally in a short selling season that required a specific number of servers for a short period of time. By doing so, there were significant and unnecessary expenses and long-term contracts that locked the enterprise into the maximum potential processing capacity, which sat inactive for most of the year. On the other hand, Read More...
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example of declining vendor service letter  AFS@Web,service-public.fr,Antidot Finder Suite,AFS,données,intégration,des listes d'index,moteur de recherche,search engine,Antidot,solutions de navigation,information,indexing,indexation Read More...
E-Business Customer Service Success at H.B. Fuller Company
Chemical company H.B. Fuller has leveraged the Internet to improve their level of customer service.

example of declining vendor service letter  associated phone costs. For example, approximately 54,000 MSDS and TDS forms were mailed or faxed out to customers and distributors who requested them. It is estimated that each such request required at least 10 minutes of personnel time, resulting in tremendous expense. Based on actual results to date, it is estimated that the Website reduces the number of MSDS/TDS requests requiring manual efforts by at least 30% Sales personnel spent approximately 20-25% of their time following up on customer Read More...
A Leader in Service Management Tackles Multidimensional Growth
Founded in 1999, Servigistics, initially a service parts planning and optimization (SPP/O) specialist, has become a full-fledged service lifecycle management (SLM) platform. P.J. Jakovljevic, principal analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), runs down the company's history of acquisitions and developments, and interviews Mark Vigoroso, Servigistics' senior vice president of global marketing and alliances.

example of declining vendor service letter  attrition. As one typical example of suboptimization, Vigoroso cited the all too common case of pricing managers being unaware that a certain price cut for a particular spare part requires, say, a 20 percent increase in inventory to meet the gross profit target. As a result, stockouts occur and the gross profit goal is missed. A suggested solution is to use Servigistics’ Profit-Driven Parts Management bundle (consisting of the Service Parts Planning and Service Parts Pricing modules). In this scenario, Read More...
Digital Business Service Providers Series: Market Overview
Today’s Digital Business Service Provider (DBSP) market is a complex of interrelated services and provider capabilities. This article traces the history of the service providers, and explains how each arose at points when markets developed around particular core technologies. The historical evidence suggests something about future planning for new technologies and developments.

example of declining vendor service letter   Deloitte Consulting is an example of this process with its venture capital program to obtain technologies and talent; others are Andersen, PWC, and KPMG. Systems Integrators who have migrated from systems integration into B2B. Often these are reasonably successful but small (less than a thousand employees) firms that realize that the main business focus has shifted from integration to providing full services. Larger companies such as CSC and EDS are also among legacy systems integrators who have made (or Read More...
Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit
How can retailers maximize their return when investing in cutting-edge replenishment solutions? After all, if forecasting and purchasing decisions are driven by advanced math and logic, then surely there is little room for users to influence success? Actually, establishing a service-level goal strategy can blaze the path to profit for retailers looking to separate themselves from the competition.

example of declining vendor service letter  Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit Source: RPE Document Type: White Paper Description: How can retailers maximize their return when investing in cutting-edge replenishment solutions? After all, if forecasting and purchasing decisions are driven by advanced math and logic, then surely there is little room for users to influence success? Actually, establishing a service-level goal strategy can blaze the path to profit for retailers looking to separate Read More...
Vertical Solutions Inc.-All About Field Service: Part One
Field service management (FSM) is a growing enterprise software segment, and while it may not be a new software market, it is quickly increasing in value and relevance globally. The manufacturing industry has always been an active user of FSM software solutions, but as companies reinvigorate their post-sales support strategies, one can see continued growth in this market segment. Companies are

example of declining vendor service letter  and FSM solution; for example one that essentially handles the entire post-sales service delivery process where remote diagnostics may also be a priority. Discrete manufacturers—as products become more commoditized, their service group relies on the tight transfer of data and information to break down silos and maximize the areas where they can increase revenues, cut costs, or both while improving their service delivery. Healthcare companies, including the manufacturing side (medical equipment) as well Read More...

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