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Postby Backes36 » Fri Jul 18, 2008 3:49 am

In a highly competitive market place, businesses need to quickly identify problems and opportunities and respond to events expeditiously and appropriately. Up-to-date information on sales, profits, inventories and customers can help identify problems early and leverage opportunities that could otherwise be missed. Most application systems are too narrowly scoped and operate on cycles that don't support real-time or near real-time information access. A Custom website design, however, can be designed to deliver up-to-date accurate information to decision makers.

It is very difficult for businesses to anticipate future information needs. Application systems often seem rigid and unable to adapt to evolving management information needs. Businesses need the flexibility to slice and dice data in many ways in order to identify and analyze changes in the market place or in the business itself. Data Warehouses are designed for online, analytical purposes and provide great flexibility. It is often said that 10% of a business's customers account for 90% of the business's profits. Identifying the good customers and providing them with excellent service helps retain good customers. <a href='http://www.wspgweb.com/' target='_blank'>Custom website design</a> can help identify a company's best customers using a any number or criterion.

It is no longer sufficient to provide customers with just 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM in-store service. Customers want to do business 7 days a week, 24 hours per day using alternate service delivery channels such as via the Internet or telephone. By examining all customer transactions, regardless of the channel used, businesses can better understand their customers and serve them better. Custom website design is critical for profiling customers and their transactions, regardless of the channel used
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