Introduction to Customer Service_Erika_Igarta

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I n t r o d u c t i o n C u s t o m e r S e r v i c e | 1 Introduction to Customer Service Devry University, BUSN 258 Erika Igarta Professor Blanson 11-01-10
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I n t r o d u c t i o n C u s t o m e r S e r v i c e | 2 The Ripple effect is a term used to describe a situation. For example, ripples expanding by throwing an object in the ocean or water, which creates an effect from an initial state, can be followed all the way through the distance. Ripple Effect in Business can best solution from entrepreneurs, busy individuals, and corporations looking to outsource to support their business needs. With many creative and unique talents, as well of ideas, skills and experience are mixed well to make a list of business services that meets the need of most small to large size in this modern business. It is the quality of the services provided that supports the growth of business and a solid client relationship. An example Ripple effect is an idealistic way on how to reflect on an incident that takes affects through an organization, community or society. It also denotes that there are always consequences of occurrences. They could be either good or bad. Another version of a Ripple Effect, PowerPoint presentation is one fantastic way of presenting causes and effects of relationships. This animated Ripple Effect PowerPoint presentation is created to be a skillful tool to use to show examples of how Ripple Effects take places in the company or business. You can show intensity of consequence with the help of colors, bar presentation and also pie percentages of how the Ripple Effect could be. By adding context to each ripple and droplet will be the one to capture your audiences and will come to the liking of the presentation. We all have had the experience of throwing an object in an ocean or pond when we were children. While watching the waves ripple across the surface
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2010 for the course WEEK 1 BIS258 taught by Professor Blanson during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Fremont.

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