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first_imgABC News(NEW YORK) — A stormy pattern stretches from coast to coast on Friday.A day prior, the Midwest was hit hard with baseball-sized hail in Illinois and 86 mph winds in Iowa, while a separate storm system hit hard with flooding and record rainfall from Spokane, Washington, to Los Angeles. Downtown Los Angeles saw a daily record record with almost a half an inch of rain. The storm system is moving out of the Rockies and into the Plains on Friday morning. The system will combine with another system in the Great Lakes Friday afternoon and evening and stretch from the Plains all the way east to the Mid-Atlantic.The biggest threat for tornadoes and damaging winds will be in the Plains from Minnesota to Texas, with large hail possible as well. In the Mid-Atlantic and Ohio Valley, severe storms could bring damaging winds and some hail, with an isolated tornado possible as well.On Saturday, the main threat for tornadoes, damaging winds and hail moves east into Dallas and north into Missouri.The severe threat moves further east and north into the Midwest and the Great Lakes on Sunday, with Detroit and Chicago getting some damaging winds and hail.With all the storms, very heavy rain is expected over the weekend and into early next week from Texas all the way into the western Great Lakes.Some areas could see more than half a foot of rain, especially in the Plains, with flash flooding and river flooding expected.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Buildinga brand is not enough, says Shaun Smith, you need to build teams thatunderstand the brand, understand the customer and can act as ambassadors forthe product Fancyflying a MIG 21 at twice the speed of sound? No problem, pick up a voucher onyour local high street. How about undertaking a James Bond mission and, in theprocess, getting the weapons training and gadgets? Buy a gift certificate.Theseadventures and more were available to consumers to purchase for themselves orothers at Christmas. This is not just a retailing phenomenon. Consumers arelooking for experiences that enable them to realise their dreams and achievetheir desired lifestyle. From hotels to retailing to airlines, consumers arelooking for suppliers who go beyond mere service to offer experiences that meettheir unique needs. They are looking for a ‘branded customer experience’ – aservice that is intentional, consistent, different and valuable. Disneystarted the trend. First Direct started a new concept in banking using it.Howard Schultz of Starbucks applied it to selling coffee, and Richer Sounds issaid to have the highest sales per square foot of any retailer in the world bydoing it. All these companies are retaining customers by delivering serviceexperiences that create value beyond the products or services the companies areselling. And through it they are enhancing loyalty, generating higher marginsand gaining market share.Butwhat’s the difference between simple good customer service and a brandedcustomer experience? How do you get your people to buy into it and what actionsmake a difference? Abrand is a promise and you have to deliver your promises. Take a look at mostadvertisements or promotions and the claims they make or imply. How often dothe companies making them actually deliver? Experiencing the brand is aboutcreating promises that have direct appeal to your target customers and theninvesting in education and training, effective teamwork, performance managementand communication. It is about creating systems that provide the skills andinformation everyone needs to deliver on them – consistently. All too often,the firm stops at defining high-level brand values – such as responsiveness,trustworthiness, and friendliness – without ever defining how these values willbe brought alive through the customer experience and without articulating howemployees need to behave to keep customers interested.Tomake a difference, it is crucial to unleash the power of the organisation – itspeople. All employees need to ‘get it’. They need to understand their role asbrand ambassadors and need a leader who can convince them it’s the rightdirection. Some years ago, Allen Chichester, then CEO of Leo Burnett’s HongKong operation set his strategy for the future in the midst of disappointingbusiness results.  Themessage to staff was: “Here’s what we’ll face if we don’t do this –dissatisfied clients, eroding market share, and declining earnings. But here iswhat it could be like if we work together – delighted clients, expandingbusiness, and record profits.” Shortly after that Leo Burnett increasedclient retention by 25 per cent and new account profitability by 63 per cent,reducing employee turnover by more than 40 per cent. Inthese companies, top management energises its people and never relinquishesresponsibility as the ultimate guardian of the brand. This is about people whowork in an environment where, through determined leadership and good training,everyone knows the customer is important. Customer-focused values matter andleaders set the direction and create the climate by giving their employees theessential tools to do the job.Becomingmarket leader and staying there are two different issues. Sustaining a leadingposition can only be done by constantly paying attention to your targetcustomers and what they value – ensuring that your organisation continues todeliver that value and brand promise every day. Thegreatest brands of the future will be those that, through a ‘branded customerexperience’, create meaning for customers and employees and create valuethrough differentiation. Thislevel of differentiation cannot be achieved through advertising alone, orthrough products that can be easily copied, nor through prices or ‘loyaltycards’ that stimulate short-term affection. Only ‘branded customer experiences’can create an indelible impression on customers that is so powerful and sopositive that they become the strongest type of advocates for the brand. Comments are closed. Delivering on your promisesOn 1 Feb 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Articlelast_img

first_imgThe agreement will help fast-track innovation and streamline the adoption of applied technologies i-Tech 7 Command Centre. (Credit: i-Tech 7) i-Tech 7, Subsea 7’s Life of Field business unit, and Shell International Exploration & Production, Inc, have entered into a collaborative technology agreement to accelerate subsea digitalisation, initially for a period of five years from the fourth quarter of 2019.The agreement will help fast-track innovation and streamline the adoption of applied technologies in areas such as marine robotics, advanced sensing, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems to address the industry’s challenges to improve safety, cost-efficiency and sustainability.Steve Wisely, Senior Vice President for i-Tech 7, said: “Digitalisation is core to our strategy and we are continuing to expand our digital capability and offering, to strengthen our market position and deliver enhanced value to our customers.“This partnership extends our on-going relationship with Shell for the provision of subsea life of field services. Both companies share a common vision for safe, efficient and optimised offshore operations and this partnership will help accelerate the development and deployment of digital asset integrity management services to support Shell’s offshore assets in the region.”“Digitalisation will support Shell to become a world-class investment case by improving our productivity, reliability and performance as well as reducing the costs of our assets,” said Christian George, Shell Vice President of Wells, Deep Water and Surface Engineering Technology. “We are delighted to extend our strong operational partnership with Subsea 7’s Life of Field business unit into the area of technology development.”“Their mix of technology development and operational expertise across the life cycle of deep water assets will help us accelerate the deployment of these transformational technologies,” added George.i-Tech 7 is exhibiting at Booth 633 at Subsea Tieback 2020 which takes place this week in San Antonio, Texas. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img

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