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Re: TO INSTALL 'The Customer Relationship Management'.
The consumer has drastically changed his behavior and,
now, it's more demanding than ever.
During quarantine, even those who refused
to buy online were forced to adopt this channel.
More than a year and a half since the beginning of the pandemic,
businesses are slowly reopening and people
They didn't go back to their old routine.
Now, they buy in all available ways and
the brands that are not riding this wave will lose
The first step not to be left behind is to know
the new consumer and their demands.
In my view, he's balancing on top
of a demanding tripod, because:
Got used to the multichannel shopping model.
Will no longer accept bad shipping conditions.
He is loyal to brands that know who he is and what
But how to know if the customer prefers WhatsApp in
instead of the website?
Or if you prefer to pick up the product in the store instead of
welcome you home?
In the physical model, it was easy to get to know the buyer and
establish an intimate relationship with him.
However, for many brands, going omnichannel
it was an overnight transformation.
Many had no experience in the sector and created
a database for each channel, differentiating the
offline and online client.
The problem is that, most of the time, the consumer
who buys in the physical store is the same one who frequents
the online store, so why give it a different treatment
on each channel if it's the same person?
It is no wonder that finding a unified way of
managing customer data has become one of the
retailer's main concerns.
It is in this scenario that Customer Relationship Management
(CRM or Customer Relationship Management) has become
one of the shopkeeper's greatest allies. CRM allows
organize consumer data into a unified basis,
so it's easier to interact with them on multichannel.
Thanks to this tool it is possible to know how much
the customer spends, the frequency he consumes and the value of the
your average purchase ticket.
In practice, CRM allows you to know which channel
most used by the customer, which is the best
kind of like to be contacted and your
In this way, it is possible to personalize the communication, and
offers — such as discount coupons — now have
a logic behind.
The store stops bothering the consumer with offers
useless, strategically sending promotions and
products that are of interest to you.
This significantly increases the chances of
purchase becoming more relevant at the right times.
If one of the main challenges is to sell more,
CRM can be a good way to retain and engage more
with its customers already conquered with a lot of effort.
Building a relationship with the customer is an inherent practice
to retail and with this rapid digitalization it's time
to have that same affection with all its customers.
This customer's journey is mapped in the CRM and
creating personalized campaigns is essential for
reach it regardless of your preferred channel.
So, ready to delight your customers?
HYPERVISOR TYPE 3 to cope with the translation from
x86 to RISC is desirable as there are a dedicated library
to do this feature. FYI.
00 = X86 PC Legacy
01 = X86 to APPLE RISC
10 = RISC OF NON SANSUMG DEVICES
11 = RISC OF SANSUNG EXYNOS 2022
Windows 11 on ARM initiative is yet to meet the success
that Microsoft wanted, but that didn’t lead to the
Redmond giant giving up on the idea of an ARM PC, at
least not yet. In fact, Microsoft and other
PC manufacturers are likely to be feeling more hopeful
than ever before about the future of ARM PCs as
Apple recently announced its strategy to move
from Intel to ARM-based Macs.
Unlike ARM-based Macs, which will be powered
by Apple’s A12Z Bionic chip, ARM-based PCs are powered
by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor. Besides Qualcomm,
Samsung is another major chip manufacturer that is
reportedly working an ARM-based chip for Windows 11 ARM O.S.
Qualcomm: Transition from Windows PCs to Arm 'is inevitable',
TECMUNDO, 01/04/2022 at 19:00' - 1 min reading.
Adriano Camacho via experts.
In order to meet the growing demand for virtual spaces,
increasingly connected to cloud and present solutions
in the modern day, Qualcomm announced a series of
New at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022.
However, some surprises were anticipated, as is the case
of the new Snapdragon 7c+ Gen 3 computing platforms and
Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 — which should further expand the
Windows reach and support for the ARM RISC architecture.
More specifically, the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 was developed
to deliver cutting-edge performance in the premium lines of
ultra-thin notebooks and laptops, which do not usually have
mechanical cooling solutions — like traditional
On the other hand, the Snapdragon 7c+ Gen 3 will reinforce the
entry systems, featuring advanced
artificial intelligence 2.0 and an improved connection to
5G signal frequencies.
In numbers, the solutions come to represent a
advance of up to 85% in the performance offered and up
to 60% in the energy efficiency against x86 architectures
competitors compared to the previous generation.
The improvements can be seen in their greatest form
on the more powerful and robust Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3, which
also stands out for the debut of the 5 nm lithography
on Windows platforms.
During Qualcomm's CES 2022 presentation,
the company's CEO Cristiano Amon was punctual about
the importance of the solutions presented in advance:
"I know there was a lot of skepticism about the transition
from PC to ARM RISC, but it's happening, it's inevitable",
The bold comment was shared shortly after
Amon confirm that there are at least around 200 companies
testing or deploying Windows on
devices with Snapdragon — highlighting Black Veatch,
C Spire, Cisco, Lenovo, Verizon and T-Mobile.