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Jared Michalec
VP Client Services at Salient process
We try it ourselves before putting in front of our customers. View full review »
Allen Zacchino
Risk at Citibank N.A. - ISP Peering
We were looking at cost effectiveness, if it's intuitive or not to the employee. We went with IBM because it's intuitive and because of the cost. Originally we were with Lombardi, and IBM honored the contract that we had with Lombardi. That was great for us. View full review »
Director1181
Director at a retailer with 1-10 employees
We were using a previous solution, it was called "paper and ink." So we needed to something slightly more, well, less 19th-century and slightly more 21st-century. When selecting a vendor, what's important is a vendor that understands and is able to provide a clear solution for the problem that's in front of us. In this particular instance, it was an answer to a question we didn't even know we were asking. We had what we thought was our set of requirements, and then we found we actually had a different set. Meaning, we had that first set of requirements and then some others. We were able to not just take one step but take several steps at once. So, having a vendor that understands the problem and is able to deliver the answer is important. View full review »
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