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  • L.L. Bean's Third Customer
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    LL Bean: A Strategy For The Future Leon Leon wood Bean, known as L.L., was born in the small township of Greenwood, Maine, in 1872. He was raised on a set of simple yet powerful principles... Nature was something to be revered. Family ties were a priority. Being neighborly was a matter of course. And 'do unto others' was more than just a saying; it was a way of life. When L.L. launched his company with the first Maine Hunting Shoe in 1912, he believed so strongly in the Golden Rule that he made ...
  • Dave And Busters Video Games
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    The need among Americans to be diverted in ever more imaginative ways -- through high-thrill parks, virtual reality arcades, and theme restaurants, plays right into the hands of Dave Corriveau and Buster Corley, co-founders and CEO's of Dave and Busters. The duo's 50,000 square foot complexes include pool hall, an eye popping, cutting edge midway arcade, a formal restaurant, a casual diner, a sports bar and a nightclub rolled into one sprawling complex. In business since 1990, this is a high ene...
  • Liz Claiborne Companies
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    Liz Claiborne did very well according to the 1999 Annual Report and the letter from the CEO, Paul R. Charron. According to the Annual Report, sales were up 10.3 percent as compared to the previous year. Liz Claiborne Companies produce a wide selection of jewelry, attire for adults and children, Cosmetics, and casual wear. The company is widespread across the United States (when the article was published), and are internationally accessible. In fact, the company expanded its products in 1999, whi...
  • Contrast To Cisco And Chambers
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    Only a few years ago, Cisco Systems was a struggling company who only the technologically educated had heard of. Today, Cisco Systems ranks as the number one or two company in most Internet technology. Anyone using the Internet today, will use one area or another of Cisco Systems. The driving force behind Cisco is their visionary CEO, John Chambers. How does a man who is dyslexic and doesn't understand much of the technology his company makes become so successful in the Internet age? He believes...
  • Customizing The Manufacturing Process Of Automobiles
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    B ISM 2601 Web Smart 50 Research Project The application of Internet technologies has been a growing trend in the business world for nearly a decade. More and more companies are realizing the benefits of using the web. Web use has morphed from information exchange only to enhancements for collaboration, customer service and customization. These applications now lead to increasing profits; cutting costs, minimizing production, and customer satisfaction in all areas of the manufacturing process. C...
  • Customer Service Every Problem
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    THESIS SENTENCE A customer driven organization with detailed customer relations can result in optimal effectiveness and efficiency in the workplace. FORMAL OUTLINE I. Maintaining an effective environment through a customer driven organization. Empowerment - the ability to help people use their powers and truest potentials to extend themselves, rather than restricting themselves. 1. Involvement of the employees Staff Development via in-house training a. Technical - train in the specifics of a par...
  • Cingular Customer Service Representatives
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    "Raising the Bar " Cingular, one of the nation's largest wireless phone providers recently announced its forty-one billion dollar purchase of AT&T wireless. The deal took place on October 26, 2004. The merge of these two major corporations opened the doors for change. AT&T encountered some difficulties within the past year that brought up the question to sell the company. AT&T struggled to add new subscribers because of a glitch in their new software system. The system was designed to improve cu...
  • Customer Comment Card In The Comment Box
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    The Case of the Fired Waitress In business it is important the a company establish some clear order of business when dealing with business ethics. Ethical business practices can build customer relationships. Unethical business practices can cause a business to lose customers. In this case study the reader will be come familiar with the ethical practice of a Red lobster store in Pleasant Hill, Pennsylvania. Problem / Issue Identification A waitress at the local Pennsylvania Red Lobster served a A...
  • Social Irresponsibility On The Part Of Companies
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    Customers are the end users of a company's goods and services (1). They are possibly the largest stakeholder group that can be greatly affected by corporate social irresponsibility. They depend on businesses to meet their expectations, and businesses depend on them to bring them revenue. When customers place a value on a company's goods and services, they trust that the business will give them what they are paying for. If the company does not perform to customers' expectations, they will place a...
  • Form Of Payment For Egghead Customers
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    Situational Analysis Overview Egghead Software is in its twenty-first year of existence, beginning as a retailer for computer software products. Realizing the booming growth of e-commerce, it moved its business to the internet, transforming to Egghead. com in 1998. Egghead. com's focus is on selling refurbished computer hardware and software, as well as new products to small and medium sized businesses. Egghead's competitive advantage is the choice it allows for consumers to purchase computer pr...
  • Customer With The Matter The Way
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    Case 5 - Magrec, Inc. 1. I would let a day pass and then request another meeting with Dinah indicating a sincere desire to work through the matter and the need to come to an understanding and agreement of how to work together and with the team moving forward. At that meeting, I would start off and thank Dinah for bringing the Partco matter to my attention. I would communicate with Dinah that I respect her strong feelings and beliefs behind her actions regarding the Partco matter but indicate tha...
  • Number Of Customer Orders
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    The Benefits of Businesses that use the Internet Almost all national retail organizations today have an Internet site where anyone can place an order. Most are even able to accept credit card payment for instant processing of your order. In fact, there are some companies that accept orders solely from the Internet. Office Depot has gone one step further than the competition; they have included perks for their contract customers also. Specifically, they have linked the Web-site to their ES 9000 m...
  • Carnival Cruise Lines
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    The history of the Carnival Corporation begins in 1972, when Ted Arison set up Carnival Cruise Lines as a subsidiary of the American International Travel Service. The first ship ran aground, but Arison remained steadfast in achieving his vision of a cruise line offering affordable vacation packages to middle-income consumers. By 1977, Carnival had three ships, and ten years later, as the industry leader, the company went public. In the early 1990's, Carnival began to diversify into land-based en...
  • On Semiconductor Distribution Center Warehouse
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    "Amazon. co. uk is the trading name for Amazon. com Int'l Sales, Inc. and Amazon Services Europe SARL. Both companies are subsidiaries of Amazon. com -- the leading online retailer of products that inform, educate, entertain and inspire. The Amazon group also has online stores in the United States, Germany, France, Japan and Canada. Amazon. co. uk has its origins in an independent online store, Book pages, which was established in 1996 and acquired by Amazon. com in early 1998". (Amazon. co. uk)...
  • Medivac A Health Insurance Company
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    Introduction: A failing company is an entity whose profit rate is substantially lower than the average profit rate of its competitors. A company can lose its competitive advantage but still not fail. It may just earn average profits. Failure implies something more drastic. Failing companies typically earn low or negative profits - meaning the company is at competitive disadvantage. Companies which succeed in building a competitive advantage and sustaining the durability of their competitive adva...
  • Largest Product Market For Nanophase
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    Nanophase Technologies Corporation What is the market strategy of Nanotechnology during the time of the case? Nanophase Technologies is an industry-leading nanocrystalline materials innovator and manufacturer with an integrated family of nano material technologies. Its market strategy can be explained as under: Target market: Even though Nanophase started as a research and development unit and its major revenues came from government research contracts, it transited itself from an R & D unit to a...
  • Customer's View And An Outsiders View
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    Cell Phone Tracking Raises Privacy Issues In the article "Cell Phone Tracking Raises Privacy Issues", it talks about how people are looking into making cell phone companies that provide services able to know where their customers are at all the time. In my opinion there are three ways to look at this situation: the company's view, the customer's view and an outsiders view. I'm going to try to see it form all sides. The company's view that is the hardest to see. Tracking the customer you would be...
  • India And Obtained Certificate
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    RESUME Name: Sabina S. Villa-Abril le Date of Birth: May 27th, 1975 Address: 1603 Renaissance 2000, Mer alco Ave., Ortigas Pasi g Telephone: Home # - 6379020 (Tele-fax) Mobile # - 0916 315 3979 E-Mail: EMPLOYMENT HISTORY December 1999 - September 2001 AAPT PTY LTD CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE I commenced employment at AAPT (Australia Associated Press Telecommunications), one of the largest telecommunication firms' in Sydney- I worked with the company from December 1999 to August 2001. My Role...
  • Mei Yee Back After Her Jail Term
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    o Maid abuse serious crime? o How " ll faber be seen condoning maid abuse? o Moral of wk force o How jail term affects her? Dwell in depression? Affect her wk performance? 1. Co's image - saturated industry, newspaper story tarnished co image, clients may not accept dealing with her and will think we condone such actions, do what is gd for the company not just 1 individual 2. employee's moral - doesn't deal well with subordinates, high expectation n demanding but doesn't open to arguments, colle...
  • Secure Electronic Transaction
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    2-Way Communication Once a company has a website, the possibilities are endless. As outlined in the previous section, a company website has the ability to reach a market of consumers or vendors that may be out of its physical reach. Not only does it have the ability to relay boundless amounts of information, but it can also provide a vehicle of communication to the rest of the world. Any person can log onto a company website and find links to electronic mail (e-mail) or bulletins, perhaps even a...

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