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3 Points to Look at When Investing in Globalizing Companies

When looking to invest in companies that are about to go global there are many important factors to take into account. These factors can determine whether a company will thrive abroad, or sink under the pressures of a foreign market. Before investing, it is imperative to fully evaluate the plethora of influences that can indicate […]

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Customer Service Week: Part Two – Virtue of Perception

If you haven’t heard, it’s Customer Service Week at Simply CSOFT! Stop by to read all about the second virtue of customer service through a Taoist lens. Yesterday we discussed how a sharpened focus can lead to better understanding of clients’ needs. Today we will emphasize the concept of perception, and how service providers can alter their customer service approach to better satisfy their customers. Stay tuned for more virtues all this week!

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CSOFT’s 2011 Operations Summit: Music as a (non-)Universal Language

Gear up for part two of our CSOFT Annual Operations Summit overview! Today’s post is dedicated to the Friday Night Party, a CSOFT tradition that wraps up our week of conferences, team-building and presentations. This year, our President and CEO treated us to an inaugural CSOFT International Symphony. Read more to see the highlights and find out how exactly a symphony orchestra ties in with localization!

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Thanksgiving Ain’t Just for Americans

In America, Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to spend quality time with your family, eat a ton, and fall asleep on the couch. If you’re American, though, be careful about wishing non-Americans a Happy Thanksgiving today, because Thanksgiving is primarily an American holiday. There are, however, many different types of thanksgiving holidays around the world. Take a minute to read up on five different celebrations from around the world that, like Thanksgiving in America, revolve around family, food, and giving thanks.