Focusing on the Customer Relationship Management with Special Reference to Coca Cola: Brand Promotion Using SAP as a Medium for CRM

As a result of the emergence of the concept of 24-hour service, consumer psychology has changed. Customers want consistent service across all channels. The client/customer anticipates that the supplier will be easily accessible. Because of the fierce competition, businesses must

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Study of Household Income: An Approach Based on a Broad View of Production

The true value of unpaid labour is examined in this research. Actual living pleasure is influenced by both market income and unpaid household production, as defined by the present idea of GDP. Based on 2011 government figures, we attempt to

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Is the Organizational form the Business Federation the Answer for Firms in Eco Tourim in South Africa?

The objective of this paper is to demonstrate how the business federation model may meet ecotourism demands in South Africa during a time of social turmoil, violence, economic decline, and illnesses such as HIV/AIDS and Covid-19 that are wreaking havoc

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South Sudan: The Conundrum of a Long-running Social Conflict

The crisis in South Sudan began in December 2013 as a result of political discontent between President Salva Kiir and his then-vice president, Riek Machar. The civil war in South Sudan dates back to 1955, when Sudan was engulfed in

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Distributive Justice and the Second Law

Economic inequality in OECD countries, as well as top executive salaries in Fortune 100 companies, are, in our opinion, merely an equilibrium statistical outcome derived from the second law of thermodynamics. The energy distribution among photons in a blackbody follows

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Online Learning for Higher Education Continuity (during COVID-19 Pandemic) the Challenges, Advantages, Disadvantages, and How to Overcome: Recent Advancement

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the higher education sector around the world, with many universities and colleges shutting down completely. This position presents a slew of issues that have the potential to exacerbate disparities in cultures that are

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Determinants of Employee Turnover Intention

This book chapter is broken into six sections and comprises a number of papers on the subject of employee turnover. These papers are self-contained and unrelated, and they are presented from various angles in terms of content and objective. The

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A Methodological Exploration for Estimating Economic Effectiveness of Economic Infrastructure

Economic development necessitates the construction of economic infrastructure. To this purpose, the theoretical underpinning for measuring the efficacy of economic infrastructure must be revealed, as well as the methodology for estimating the effectiveness must be established. There have been a

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Influence of Technological Orientation on Performance of Conventional and Islamic Banking in Kenya: A Non-experimental and Causal Approaches

Background: Information technology has aided in the effectiveness of online marketing by enhancing the capacity to advertise new and existing services at any time and from any location. It has aided in the connection of some to the ground, hence

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Tourism and Development in the Senian Context in Aruba: Does It Help or Hurt SIDS?

Since the closure of its oil refinery in 1986 and the recognition of Aruba’s status within the Dutch Kingdom, tourism development has been a vital role in the island’s economic growth. Many tiny island independent states and those classified as

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