Social media has become a whole new way of doing business for many companies. It originally started out with the birth of Myspace, but has since going on to larger mediums that have had more staying power, such as Facebook and Twitter. Social media shows no signs of slowing down in the years ahead, as more mediums are being developed that allow individuals to communicate not only with one another, but their favorite brands as well. Here are three ways that social media is forever changing the way people do business through the use of entity analytics.
Entity and Text Analytics in Social Media Tell Companies a Lot About Their Customers
Through the use of entity analytics and entity extraction, companies are able to learn more about who their customer base is. Continue Reading No Comments
It’s no secret that we’re living in an age of smart technology. Your phone can help you time a cake in the oven, schedule your week, and even help you learn new languages. But one of the most impressive and helpful things it can do is send out automated patient appointment reminders. Not sure why this is such a great addition to smart technology? Here are just a few of the many benefits this service offers.
Limit Missed Appointments
Every missed appointment at your office is lost revenue. If you add up every single no-show over the course of a year, or even over the course of a few months, you’ll end up with a pretty scary total for losses. But with
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