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Consumers’ Demand for ‘Now’ Will Impact Service Supply Chain in 2019

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StephenGiderson
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Magic tricks
StephenGiderson   2/4/2019 8:53:14 PM
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I'm reminded of those Jetson's cartoons when you can virtually "call" whatever you want from some storage space in the air to appear in front of you when you want it. Now tell me when is this happening for us huh?

markgrogan
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Grab this chance
markgrogan   1/22/2019 9:27:41 PM
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Service providers need to be prepared to take on the overwhelming role as demand is soaring. Though things could get tough but this challenge would definitely open up various opportunities for them. They should not disregard this chance for them to become even more relevant in the industry even if it means forking out new costs beforehand.

ElliotParker
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Nice writing
ElliotParker   1/3/2019 6:10:02 AM
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Thanks for good writing! That was interesting to read. I woulda like to add the <a href="https://www.socialmagnets.net/power-relationships-business-life/">article</a> about the power of relationships in business. I guess it will be helpful too. 



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