.....With so many locations to keep me busy, I spend a lot of time organizing the preferences of my clients into a schedule. To most people this half-legible list would be the boring contents of an appointment book. But to me these personal preferences are more than just loosely defined sociological patterns: This is a highly integrative set of data!
Did you know that the logistical powers of the human brain are typically accurate to within a tenth of a second and a distance of two millimeters?! Wow! We could all die tomorrow, but when it comes to catching a bus on time the mind is a vaccuum. This is exactly the sort of micropedia every savvy business guru knows. If you want to succeed you have to let your instincts guide you.
So if you'd like your windows cleaned as soon as possible but don't want to clean them until the spring, or you'll get to it all someday but right now you're gonna eat pizza, that's just the sort of savvy I speak! 25/7.
... A lot of dissatisfaction occurs when people feel they've been insulted. Seemingly passive individuals can become suddenly hostile. This makes it so much easier to understand customer satisfaction. Personally, I find it best to stay well away from any possible criticism.
Beautiful quality. Brainless prices.
My customers are important!
TITE asks you to be a loyal customer so as not to discourage our programs of cooperation with enforcement agencies and communities. We promise we are converting money into much more rewarding human resources - like leaders. And like most companies, we insist that our persons of fair and equitable character be granted financial opportunities that others are not.
So it's okay if you ignore our competitors because you like us....and we hope that our services are significantly less expensive than theirs.
But don't be fooled.
We plan to make tons of money for our exploitation of customer satisfaction.
We wouldn't be TITE any other way.
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