Did you know that you can supplement your live guided tours with pre-recorded commentary or music using your existing ieXplore Tour Guide System’s wireless transmitter? Standard Process, Inc. is one of our clients that has done just that! Standard Process Delivers Great Tours Standard Process’s manufacturing facility is located in Palmyra, Wisconsin. They provide high-quality […]
In Greek mythology, the 9 Muses are goddesses who inspire mankind to create art, poetry, music, and all the creative arts. The mother of the 9 Muses is Mnenosyne, whose name means “memory”. Why is memory the mother of music? Whatever the answer to that is philosophically, our brains seem to agree: memory and music are stored in the brain in such a way that we remember music when we appear to have forgotten everything else -- even who we are. The new documentary Alive Inside, which won the Audience Award at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, follows an organization ...
I originally wrote this post as a two-part series for InsideCXM in February 2014. A couple months ago, I wrote a post called The 15 Senses of a Great Customer Experience. The last of the 15 senses that I wrote about was the sixth sense: It doesn't hurt to be able to perceive those things that are not seen or immediately apparent. That intuition is something that will allow you to delight your customers.
Converse Rubber Tracks, a recording studio in Brooklyn, N.Y., that gives away recording time to up-and-coming bands, has been a badge of hipster cred for Converse, the North Andover-based footwear company. Less well-known is the series of “pop-up” studio situations that Converse has created here in Boston, the latest of which ran Monday to Friday. Converse also introduced its Rubber Tracks national tour in Cambridge on Tuesday, setting the stage for the company’s move to Boston’s harborfront next year for a new full-time Rubber Tracks studio.