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Published By: Qualtrics     Published Date: Oct 04, 2018
Every product needs a target audience. Market segmentation identifies subsets of a market based on demographics, needs, priorities, common interests, or other psychographic or behavioral criteria to better understand and communicate with that audience. Segmentation can be as simple as splitting your potential market into age ranges or as complex as dividing your audience based on subtle behaviors, values, or beliefs. To be truly useful, segmentation should enable you to target core groups of your potential customers with precision. Practically speaking, segmentation enables you to: • Boost demand with messaging that resonates more with your market • Grow your customer base by understanding what drives purchase behavior • Increase revenue and profitability by discovering which customers will pay a premium for • your product
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Published By: Zoom     Published Date: Mar 29, 2016
Trend Micro resolved the following issues by purchasing Zoom: • Overly complex or difficult communications platforms • Expensive hardware or software systems • Unreliable or poor service quality • Using too many different solutions • Difficulties connecting remote teams or sites • The need for a more efficient/effective way to reach customers and other external parties Read more to learn about the benefits of using Zoom and which features are used more frequently by Trend Micro.
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Published By: Zoom     Published Date: Mar 31, 2016
Founded in 2011 by Eric S. Yuan and other senior executives and engineers from WebEx and Cisco, California-based Zoom Video Communications (Zoom) offers cloud-based collaboration services. When first launched, Zoom was heavily focused on video conferencing. Over time, the company has expanded its service to include additional capabilities such as audio dial-in with local numbers around the world, group messaging, wireless presentation, content co-annotation, and more.
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Published By: Motorola     Published Date: Feb 06, 2008
The need for the services provided by Specially for Children has continued to increase, placing extra demands on the group's physicians. To improve their efficiency, doctors began carrying multiple devices including cell phones, pagers and PDAs. Learn how Good Mobile Messaging helped the organization streamline its operation.
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Published By: Polycom     Published Date: Sep 24, 2014
Microsoft Lync is transforming enterprise communications. A 2013 ZK Research study shows that 43 percent of organizations have deployed Lync in at least part of their organization, with another 17 percent of organizations planning to do so in the next 12 months. If you’re in this group of organizations that have deployed Lync, you probably deployed instant messaging (IM) and presence. Now that Lync IM and presence has been running for a while, you’re thinking about taking the next step with Lync Enterprise Voice.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 11, 2014
Is email still the “killer app” it used to be? Social technologies and mobile capabilities are changing the way people communicate in the workplace. Many organizations are employing BYOD strategies and embracing social business tools like file sharing, chat, wikis and communities. In the past, email was used for storing and sharing documents and having conversations with groups. Tasks which are much better suited for today's social cloud collaboration tools. Email usage may be evolving, but email is not dead. In fact, everyone in the organization from executives to factory workers needs email to stay connected. And many organizations are moving their messaging to cloud to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings a cloud environment provides.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 06, 2015
Is email still the “killer app” it used to be? Social technologies and mobile capabilities are changing the way people communicate in the workplace. Many organizations are employing BYOD strategies and embracing social business tools like file sharing, chat, wikis and communities. In the past, email was used for storing and sharing documents and having conversations with groups. Tasks which are much better suited for today's social cloud collaboration tools. Email usage may be evolving, but email is not dead. In fact, everyone in the organization from executives to factory workers needs email to stay connected. And many organizations are moving their messaging to cloud to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings a cloud environment provides.
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Published By: Tyco Integrated Security     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
Want to appeal to financial executives? Dial up the logic. Financial executives differ from almost every other line of business (LOB) executive when it comes to decision-making, according to a new study conducted by the FORTUNE Knowledge Group in collaboration with gyro. While executives in most other industries are moving toward a more innate approach to decision-making, this group relies primarily on logic to guide their decisions. Understanding the differences between what financial executives look for in partnering with companies and what their peers value is key to developing messaging that appeals to this unique segment.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 01, 2015
Is email still the “killer app” it used to be? Social technologies and mobile capabilities are changing the way people communicate in the workplace. Many organizations are employing BYOD strategies and embracing social business tools like file sharing, chat, wikis and communities. In the past, email was used for storing and sharing documents and having conversations with groups. Tasks which are much better suited for today's social cloud collaboration tools. Email usage may be evolving, but email is not dead. In fact, everyone in the organization from executives to factory workers needs email to stay connected. And many organizations are moving their messaging to cloud to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings a cloud environment provides. In this webcast, you will learn: • How the nature of email has changed and why everyone in your organization needs it. • Why the cloud makes sense for messaging for everyone from executives, to sales, to boundary workers, either as hybrid solution or for the entire workforce. • How email complements social business technologies and how you can start using your email more efficiently in the workplace. • How moving messaging to the cloud can help reduce IT cost and complexity.
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