Traducción de customer-facing en Español:


de cara al cliente, adj.



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    (job/role) de cara al cliente
    (job/role) que tiene trato directo con el cliente
    • Expect original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to not slash spending in customer-facing systems.
    • To unlock the full revenue potential of the core infrastructure, carriers must deploy new services at the customer-facing edge.
    • The firm has also hired Bain & Co. to deal with customer-facing issues surrounding the takeover.
    • Dell has a relatively flat structure with minimal bureaucracy at the customer-facing end of the business.
    • Look for metrics in the revenue growth areas of customer-facing applications.
    • Backing up their solutions is the largest customer-facing organization in the industry.
    • Gather information from customers, from your customer-facing employees, from sources outside the firm.
    • Superior management of customer relationships requires integration between these fundamental functions to provide a seamless customer-facing deployment.
    • Customer relationship management is a business strategy that company leaders employ to coordinate customer-facing business functions.
    • The company insisted that employees in customer-facing jobs would not be targeted by the job cuts.
    • Another significant difference is the customer-facing presentation of the published media itself.
    • SMT has taken disciplinary action against the courier and removed him from a customer-facing role.
    • An undisclosed number of jobs will go, but any reduction in headcount is likely to be balanced by an increase in customer-facing roles.
    • Enhancing the breadth of knowledge of various domains and technologies among customer-facing associates.
    • The bank said it hoped some staff would transfer to other jobs in the "customer-facing" areas of the business.
    • Customer-facing associates usually spend majority of their time chasing for responses to their queries.
    • Before the merger was complete, the bank pledged to maintain employment levels in what it calls "customer-facing positions."
    • It seems companies are ditching customer-facing ebusiness and instead adopting systems aimed at suppliers and employees.
    • All these are granted on a pro-rata basis to bank staff who work reduced hours, many of them in customer-facing roles, technical, business and customer support.
    • Customer-facing functions must be rapidly adaptable, allowing organizations to accommodate real-time business change and seize new market opportunities.