Border battle: Officials stop families seeking potentially lifesaving meningitis shots Caravan to Canada and yet Representative Erik Paulsen (MN) will be one of many on the bus this weekend getting vaccinated. Along with the support of Michigan Congressman Fred Upton.
Posted on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 10:00 am CDT
Technology advancement, the abundance of new devices, and bandwidth availability has now evolved to enable a new generation of online customer engagement tools. VeriShow is already engaging a wide range of merchants including retailers, automakers, and service-oriented businesses in using web-based, live help solutions to engage with customers and better meet their needs. The online shopping experience offers tremendous convenience.
The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit’s Janice Charach Gallery will open its new exhibit, “Daily Gratitudes: Art, Sport and Cupcakes,” featuring the work of Jessica Kovan, 5-8 p.m. Thursday, July 17. The exhibit continues until September 11, 2014.
On line shopping and doing business using the Internet is here to stay and the demand is only increasing. Merchants are in the position to answer the call of the consumer and more meetings take place through computer support systems than ever before. Good customer relations do not need to suffer nor does personal interaction need to disappear.
The blog has been out for only a few weeks and the numbers are growing and growing. The concept for Buddha Barbie began many years ago after coming to the realization that this author and mother of three was viewed in a very different light from how she actually was.
This new application from VeriShow, “Visitor’s Camera” includes improvements to audio and video chat. Yuval Moed, CEO of VeriShow, announced new improvements including : echo cancellation by optimizing echo reduction in video chats, this applies to when using speakers, rather than a headset and is particularly noticeable in higher volume levels. Improved video quality has been.
Y Arts, the arts and humanities branch of the YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit is thrilled to announce Sculptor John Sauve as the 2014 artist-in-residence for the Boll Family YMCA. His work has been critically acclaimed in the New York Times, Art Forum and most recently included in the 2013 Venice Biennale. He will be bringing his creative forces to the Boll Family YMCA working directly with the Y Arts program. Through his residency, Sauve will continue to impact the community through a variety of programs, including The Man in the City project, a citywide sculpture exhibition. The Man in the City International Sculpture Project is comprised of 40 sculptures located on the rooftops throughout the City of Detroit and Windsor.
VeriShow is a live support and collaboration service providing customer care and support for web based help desk. Yuval Moed, VeriShow, Co-Founder and CEO will be conducting an educational demonstration at the 10th annual Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition, June 12th in Chicago, IL at the Yahoo! Commerce Central exhibit booth.
Providing quality customer service is not a new idea. In fact, many business owners would agree it’s a requirement for financial success. Although the concept of online shopping has been around for many years, the technology to provide quality customer service for online shoppers is only now catching up with the sky-rocketing rates of shoppers who prefer to shop with their mouse. Shoppers want live support even through the web. It is natural for shoppers to call 1-800 numbers (typically staffed by call centers) when they have questions about a company’s product or service, or send an email. That call is no longer enough support. Connecting with a real person in real time can make all the difference in customer satisfaction and in sales.
Business owners are beginning to look beyond email and phone calls to find more dynamic, efficient, and engaging ways of tackling communication tasks. Cloud technology has changed the face of communication and collaboration in all industries.