com/research/0808fc/selfservice_excel) has announced the addition of the "Self-Service Excellence - A Roadmap for Achieving Self-Service Success" report to their offering.
What does SS stand for?
SS stands for Self-Service
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of SS
We have 293 other meanings of SS in our Acronym Attic
- Secure Seal (anti-fraud technology used by banks)
- Security and Safeguards
- Security Service (MI5)
- Security Supervisor (various companies)
- Sega Saturn (game machine)
- Segment Specification
- Seismic Stability
- Select Standby (RS-449)
- Selective Service
- Selective Signaling
Samples in periodicals archive:
DAYTON, Ohio -- NCR Corporation (NYSE:NCR) today announced that Mike Webster has been named vice president of the Self-Service Solutions, a new business unit in NCR focused on self-service growth in new industries, including travel, health care, public sector and gaming.
100 Top Restaurant Executives Surveyed MICROS, NCR, NextChoice And Radiant Cited As Self-service Leaders PORTSMOUTH, N.
Video News Release Features Financial Institutions Improving Service Through Self-Service Kiosks LAS VEGAS -- Today at the BAI Retail Delivery Show, Source Technologies introduced a video news release featuring Quorum Federal Credit Union's pioneering use of financial self-service kiosks to serve members in its branches.
NextChoice, the Smart Self-service[TM] company, unveiled today the industry's first intelligent self-service platform that unifies customer ordering and payment with the collection and management of customer transaction data and preferences into one fully integrated, centralized solution for one restaurant to thousands of stores.
provider of knowledge-driven Self-Service and Support Analyst solutions, today announced the launch of its RightAnswers Unified Knowledge Suite.
VoiceObjects Server is a member of the VoiceObjects 6 family of products, which enables enterprises and telecommunications carriers to create, deploy, manage and analyze over-the-phone self-service applications.
North American consumers are on pace to spend over $475 billion at self-checkout lanes, ticketing kiosks and other self-service machines in 2006, an increase from $324 billion in 2005, reports a new research study conducted by IHL Consulting Group.