Alex had a big boring job in a big boring bank (as head of software development), but in 2005 has turned to the Light Side and founded Jitbit. Lead developer, designer, MCSD, MCDBA, MCP, MC<you-name-it>. Loves snowboarding, motorcycles, bass-guitars and blogging. But above all - coding.
...and we really do mean "officer". Art served in the Israeli army, special forces. When he says "this is our new design", we say "SIR, YES SIR!"Yeah, yeah, I know... An "Al Farakh" co-founder and an Israeli soldier working together, please save your jokes, we heard them all ;)
Vlad is the reason our customers love us. Period.
He's there 24/7, literally. Well, except when he's paragliding, which he's a huge fan of.
Helen Gerson in Chicago (IL), Serge Schel in Seattle (WA) and other even more awesome folks work for us in London (UK), Chicago and Tel-Aviv (Israel).
Let’s face it: Not all customers are equal. Some, if you’re lucky, will become super-fans of your business. Customer advocates, if you will.
The term customer advocacy should make your ears perk up. These are the people who will become the pillars of your brand - the ones who spend the most money, bring in more customers, and shout your name from the rooftops.
For support agents, there are few things more stressful than an in inbox overflowing with support tickets.
Managing the queue can be brutal. Just when you think you’re done, you see others waiting in the ticket line. There are the tickets no one wants to touch because they are too difficult, and rogue tickets bounce back and forth between agents and departments.