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4 Tips to Keep Your Blog Content Fresh

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Simply updating your blog constantly is not enough to gain a reputable image with your customers – the type of content you upload is key.  You’re tracking its performance, and have noticed that it is deviating from time to time, sometimes with a dramatic drop in unique page views or clicks. If trials like this befall you, never fear, for we’re here to give you the key to unlock a new door to innovation, keeping your blog fresh with 4 tips.
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Three reasons why the human touch still matters to customers

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In the digital era, convenience, speed and accuracy are kings. Today’s customers don't have to call you in the middle of the night to know more about your product. All they have to do is access your website and collect the information for themselves. At the end of the day, we are still human and automation or digital platforms can never replace that completely. In fact, here are some reasons why businesses still need to incorporate the human touch in the way they serve customers.
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Questions to ask before implementing a customer experience management program

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Boosting customer experience (CX) is on every business’s to-do list these days, and it’s no surprise why. When faced with fierce competition, exceeding customer expectations by delivering superior value through overall customer experience can give a company a definite Unique Selling Point (USP).
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Tableau's upcoming updates

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Tableau has recently announced that the upcoming release of Tableau 10.4 will be the last version of Tableau Desktop, Tableau Reader, and Tableau Public to work on 32-bit operating systems. If your computer runs on a 32-bit operating system we have bad news for you: When released, Tableau 10.5 will no longer be able to function on these systems. On the other hand, and on a much better note too, if you run a 64-bit operating system you should get ready to welcome a bigger and better Tableau 10.5.
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Responding to customer feedback: What not to do

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Good companies are aware of how important it is to maintain a positive relationship with customers. Their responses are polite and to the point, and their objective is to always offer a solution. They make it a point to make the most of the feedback they receive, regardless of whether it is positive or negative. In other words, they do everything it takes to protect their reputation and brand image.
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Automation, coffee and unfulfilled hobbies

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We thrive in automation which makes our day-to-day operations easier, less time-consuming and more efficient. The reason we are writing this post is not to show you how we much we relish automation, or how good we are as a company at implementing them, but it’s to show you how you could train your brain to think in automation, disregarding specific technology and tech-savviness.
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The death of a master storyteller

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On February 7, 2017, the world lost one of its best-known Swedish academics - Hans Rosling. One described as ‘the man in whose hands data sings’.  Others described him as a ‘data guru’ and even ‘the Jedi master of data visualisation’.
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Experienced Executive joins iMovo’s Board of Directors – Philip Micallef

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iMovo is pleased to announce that it has appointed Mr. Philip Micallef as a member of the company board of directors. This executive appointment further reinforces and strengthens iMovo’s growth plans and its efforts to bring innovation and choice to the market.
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iMovo hosts Qlik Roundtable and Business Brunch

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We've recently held our annual “Qlik Roundtable and Business Brunch” at Le Meridien Hotel in St. Julian’s. This half-day event brought together BI professionals from a broad spectrum of companies from different sectors, who were looking to learn more about Qlik and how it can help organizations grow, innovate and succeed – all through the power of visual analytics.
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Dealing with the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Since the early part of last century, technological progress has marched forward at sharp rate, albeit with the so called "waves" coming hard and fast as a north easterly storm on the coast. After a surge in innovation in the field of information technology dating back to the 1970s, with the emergence of the first "personal" device - the PC and stretching well into the early years of this century, we seem poised on what could become a very big wave. Some economists have posited the idea that we are about to embark on the "Fourth Industrial Revolution".