In 1992, they released an album called “Automatic for the People” named after a restaurant called Weaver D’s in Athens, Georgia. Known for their dedication to customer service, the quaint restaurant’s slogan was dedicated to customer service – whatever the customers wanted, they could have automatically.
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What are the most successful retailers and etailers constantly thinking about — or should be thinking about? Innovation, engagement, personalization, the customer journey, online marketing, analytics, mobile, social, email, search, and usability. On August 10 – 13, over 1,400 attendees will convene at The Sheraton…
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