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A new study examines the customer's selection criteria between agency and travel-supplier Web sites.
For every successful CRM installation the customer service landscape is littered with CRM projects that didn't quite hit the mark.
Intrawest's customers are skiers and snowboarders covered with snow and dealing with freezing fingers--asking them to fill out paper-based forms slashed Intrawest's chances of learning how to become more inline with its customers.
A new, four-month training program dubbed Certified Friendly is designed for hotel, restaurant, attraction, and local government staff.
Grand Haven, MI--a "hot city"--is the nation's first fully wireless municipality, compliments of a city-wide wireless network.
Consumers use these hot spots, but the driving force behind the installations is the needs of traveling salespeople and other mobile professionals.
Analysts predict that by 2007, 70 percent of all contact centers will support Web-based service applications.
Accovia and QlikTech International announces a partnership; British Airways selects Astute Solutions; CH Consulting announces the opening of its new 40-seat, inbound/outbound call center; Rockwell implements Salesforce.com Spring '04; and more.
NetSuite announced a 99.5 percent guaranteed availability of its Web-based applications; Dendrite has completed its acquisition of Medical Data Management; Dan Springer has joined Responsys as its CEO; and more.
Growth does not come from cost cutting, but from customer relationships.
An organization can better target members for increased investment--or disinvestment--based on potential value, while delivering more relevant communications and offers geared to member needs.
HDI and Microsoft team for agent certification, Salesforce.com extends charitable efforts, communications providers get into Web services, and more...
To drive down procurement costs, Choice Hotels built ChoiceBuys.com, an electronic marketplace for its hotels and supply vendors.
The survey indicates that price remains a major concern for business travelers; survey results also indicate that brand and reputation are significant factors when it comes to making business travel arrangements.
Today, email addresses are often the first piece of information requested following name and mailing address.
Hello instant connectivity and contact customer access.
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