An application service provider (ASP) is a business that provides computer-based services to customers over a network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Application service provider"
Customer service is the set of behaviors that a business undertakes during its interaction with its customers. It can also refer to a specific person or desk which is set up to provide general assistance to customers. The term customer care has been increasingly adopted by firms, and is generally synonymous in meaning. ...more on Wikipedia about "Customer service"
The industrialization of services business model is a business model used in strategic management and services marketing that treats service provision as an industrial process, subject to industrial optimization procedures. It originated in the early 1970s at a time when various quality control techniques were being successfully implemented on production assembly lines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Industrialization of services business model"
An Internet hosting service is a service that runs Internet servers, allowing organizations and individuals to serve content on the Internet. There are various levels of service and various kinds of services offered. ...more on Wikipedia about "Internet hosting service"
Level Platforms' is a worldwide provider of remote moitoring and management software products for IT managed service providers (MSPs) that support small and medium size businesses. Level Platforms' Managed Workplace® gives VARs and IT service providers everything they need to generate high margin recurring service revenues, reduce service costs, and increase customer satisfaction while delivering new levels of IT availability and performance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Level Platforms"
Quality refers to the inherent or distinctive characteristics or properties of a person, object, process or other thing. Such characteristics may enhance a subject's distinctiveness, or may denote some degree of achievement or excellence. ...more on Wikipedia about "Quality"
Queueing theory (also commonly spelled queuing theory) is the mathematical study of waiting lines (or queues). There are several related processes, arriving at the back of the queue, waiting in the queue (essentially a storage process), and being served by the server at the front of the queue. It is applicable in transport and telecommunication and is occasionally linked to ride theory. ...more on Wikipedia about "Queueing theory"
In economics and marketing, a service is the non-material equivalent of a good. Service provision has been defined as an economic activity that does not result in ownership, and this is what differentiates it from providing physical goods. It is claimed to be a process that creates benefits by facilitating either a change in customers, a change in their physical possessions, or a change in their intangible assets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Service"
Service economy can refer to one or both of two recent economic developments. One is the increased importance of the service sector in industrialized economies. Services account for a higher percentage of US GDP than 20 years ago. The current list of Fortune 500 companies contains service companies and fewer manufacturers than in previous decades. ...more on Wikipedia about "Service economy"
In some countries, notably the United States, a trademark used to identify a service rather than a product is called a service mark (SM). ...more on Wikipedia about "Service mark"
Services marketing is marketing based on relationship and value. It may be used to market a service or a product. ...more on Wikipedia about "Services marketing"
Software as a Service (SaaS) refers to a model of software delivery where a company adopts specific activities that provides customers access to software alleviating that customer from the maintenance and daily technical operation and support of business and/or consumer software. SaaS is a model of software delivery rather than a market segment; software can be delivered using this method to any market segment including home consumers, small business, medium and large business. ...more on Wikipedia about "Software as a Service"
A Solutions Provider is any company or people that provides solutions associated with a product or a final service to the client. ...more on Wikipedia about "Solutions provider"
A suggestion box is a device for obtaining additional comments, questions, and requests. In its most basic and traditional form, it is a receptacle with an opening, not unlike an offering box or voting box. The box is used for collecting slips of paper with input from customers and patrons of a particular organization. Suggestion boxes may also exist internally, within an organization, such as means for garnering employee input. ...more on Wikipedia about "Suggestion box"
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The Experience Economy, according to B. Joseph Pine II and James H. Gilmore in their 1999 book of the same name, is an advanced service economy which has begun to sell " mass customization" services that are similar to theatre, using underlying goods and services as props. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Experience Economy"
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