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Club IT 1 Club IT, Part One Paper Anne Sinclair University of Phoenix
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Club IT 2 Great music, good lighting, food and beverages are just the beginning to a successful night club. Finding a way to retain clientele by making them feel as if they belong, that it is a place to relax and wind down after a long work week as well as a place to gather with friends and colleges on a regular basis, will bond the clientele to the establishment and help to ensure its success. Any business environment is highly competitive and in order for a business to become and stay successful they need to recognize and embrace technology in such a way that not only helps their daily operating functions but includes the customers experience as well. Internet resources not only improve accounting, marketing, financial, and employee management but can also be used to improve the interaction between club owners, staff and their most loyal patrons. Making Club IT successful is not only about improving their technology, but using that improved technology in a way that will benefit their clientele. Club IT’s mission statement say’s “we offer you live music, DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a community that meets regularly at Club IT.” (Rainer, 2008) The obvious message here is that Club IT wants to build a loyal clientele that will not only come to enjoy the music on any given night, but will look to Club IT as a place to meet with friends, find networking opportunities and establish long term relationships with other clients and the Club IT
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2010 for the course BUS bus 210 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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