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Re: Re: Effective Writing Skills Posted: Fri 1/20/2017 at 1:31 PM, in reply to Romell Deleon Chaney

Romell I'm not sure where you work, but this is definitely the exception to the rule. I can assure you that the companies you mentioned uses email. For instance, the advertisements that I receive weekly from each of the stores you mentioned, are sent to me via email. Why is that important? Suppose their advertisement listed a computer for $125, when indeed the computer was $725. A simple typo in the advertisement could cause the company some real dollars if a consumer were to pursue it. They have to honor the advertisement. Of course, as most companies will do, I'm sure they'll pull the merchandise as soon as the error is discovered, but if one consumer happened to push the issue, a loss has occurred.  On the other had, all of these stores have multiple locations. They would need a department that's dedicated to making phone calls all day. Have you ever called either of these stores and ask them check if a particular item is available? The wait time is unreal. It would be almost impossible for them to conduct all of their business by phone.

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Re: Re: Effective Writing Skills Posted: Fri 1/20/2017 at 1:38 PM, in reply to Eddie Williams Jr.

Eddie I can certainly see how important email is to your business. How would your business suffer if you planned a performance for the 15th, when in actuality the performance was scheduled for the 12th? Would your reputation suffer? Communication is the key to an organization internally and externally. I like that you mentioned trying to remember vital information. When you can look back on an email, you are able to prepare for the needs of the customer. With today's busy environment, it's difficult to remember every small detail. I consider email my security blanket. Time and date stamped with all of the details.

 

Great analogy

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Re: Re: Effective Writing Skills Posted: Fri 1/20/2017 at 1:51 PM, in reply to Toi Donyel Denise Wright- Anders

First I would like to say thank you for the job that you do. It takes a special person to handle this type of job. This job is crucial and must be timely, it's a matter of life and death. So I can definitely see how important email is to your job and how the agency and the customer (families) would suffer if the communication was poor and/or incorrect.

Excellent post

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Re: Re: Effective Writing Skills Posted: Fri 1/20/2017 at 4:40 PM, in reply to Toi Donyel Denise Wright- Anders

Toi,

Congrats on the new job!!!

I see emails is very important to you as well. Emails is my company's first line of communication too. But sometimes when the email chain get longs, my manager suggests you pick up the phone and call.

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Re: Re: Re: Effective Writing Skills Posted: Fri 1/20/2017 at 4:43 PM, in reply to Toi Donyel Denise Wright- Anders

Toi,

We do have a program that generate our invoices. We use a program called 3rd wave, but we are getting ready to change to SAP.

But I enter all the information in our system to get our invoice amount, then I usually print out the invoice and send be email once my manager signs it.

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