Re: National Supply Catalog
Ron Raab-Long (raablong@VOICENET.COM)
Tue, 29 Jul 1997 14:20:30 -0400
Great information. I've got to ask, do you have a direct line into Irving? :-)
The system you speak about sounds like a great idea. IMHO, the problem of
non-registered people using it shouldn't be a factor. If a new system
serves 90% of your customer base efficiently, you buy it. Dealing with the
10% that don't fit the mold will still be a lot easier than what they're
doing today. Any system will have a fall-back method. You know the drill,
"Press 1 for new orders, press 2 to check on an existing order, if you need
assistance, please stay on the line..."
Mike Walton wrote:
>It would be a LOT better if the BSA purchases the system that they were
>talking about purchasing that will allow you to "key in" using a touch-tone
>phone your order, give them your BSA registration number, and have the order
>sent to your home within a week's time. The main problem with that, is that
>lots of their orders come from non-BSA members or distributors, and of
>course, those people don't have BSA registration numbers.
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