Exactly magneticnorth. Anything which captures the market do get lots of issues highlighted than the others but I feel PayPal has come a great way upto now and it will certainly be a boost to the co-orporate sector in the future.
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The Internet is displacing cable for a growing number of individuals, families, and businesses. More people are opting to become zero TV homes, which means they get TV service, not in the traditional ways, but via the Internet.
I recently stumbled across a great infographic from Zing Broadband that got me thinking about a topic that I believe we should all begin to seriously consider: Should Internet access be treated as a public utility?
Techies are going crazy over the possibility that Google might design and sell its own Android phone. Some writers say it's a very big deal. Reiter questions whether it will happen and, if it does, whether it even matters.
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The automotive website uses propensity modeling of customer behavior to convert more site visitors into leads, says Brian Baron, director of business analytics, in an interview at the Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
A survey by JD Powers found that customer interest in product features is lessening as phones evolve. Rather than features, price is driving purchases, and that change could have a dramatic impact on how IT departments secure these devices.
Recently, Amazon was recognized for its customer satisfaction excellence. It has made no secret that being customer-centric is a primary goal. This should be the goal of every e-tailer that wants to build market share.
You've heard the expression, "Out of the frying pan, into the fire?" Amazon lives in the fire. The e-tailer wins by keeping things hot for its competitors, employees, and itself, according to a new book.
Positec, a manufacturer of power tools for homes and commercial applications, achieves greater customer service flexibility and cuts hold times in half by using a cloud-based service to manage its call center.
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