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  • Blog Post: Today's word: Freak

    Why did you choose mscrmfreak as the name of your blog? I get this question a lot from partners and customers. I would like to explain it here by using some examples. A devoted fan or follower; enthusiast: a baseball freak. A person who is wildly enthusiastic about something: a film-freak . After reading...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: Mother's Day or Moederdag?

    Today it is Mother's Day in the U.S.A. or Moederdag as we would call it in Dutch. Today would probably be the first Mother's day that I am not at home giving my Mom a big bouquet of flowers or some other nice gift. Knowing that my Mom reads my blog now and then, I am curious if she will catch this posting...
  • Blog Post: Word of the day: i.e.

    Ok this is funny. Don't you notice that a lot of people uses abbreviations and such and they actually do not know what it stands for? Well today I wanted to find out what i.e. means and it seemed that a lot of people are using it but don't really know what it means. Even my girlfriend, who is a real...
  • Blog Post: The word of the moment: Vista

    Just wanted to see what Vista meant since it just launched and I haven't had any time to do it earlier. I did some research and pasted it below. I guess my girlfriend will be proud of me again, me using expensive words and stuff... -noun VISTA - Pronunciation [ vis -t uh ] A national program in...
  • Blog Post: The Netherlands, Holland, Dutch and New York...

    Where is Holland? What is The Netherlands? What is Dutch? ...New York yes New York? I got a lot of these similar questions already and since this Dutchie moved to California I will teach you guys some stuff about my country. The Netherlands literally means "low countries". It is the conventional short...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: Pervicacious

    It has been a while that i posted a "word of the moment" today I learned that there are other words to tell a person that he or she is headstrong. I know I have been called stubborn, but I have never heard a person say to me "you are pervicacious". Although I think my girlfriend would use such a word...
  • Blog Post: Menno?

    Well as you all might already know my first name is Menno. I was just searching the internet today using the new and improved www.live.com search engine and the results just suprised me. I did not know till today that there is a city in South Dakota that has the same name as me. Totally funky and i must...
  • Blog Post: Happiness Recipe

    Today a friend showed me a nice thought of the day and i wanted it to share with my freaks reading my blog every day. "Recipe for happiness: an insatiable curiosity, a joy of discovery, quick to forgive, hold no grudges, love without condition, stay loyal to the death, see the best and ignore the rest...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: Spring

    The word of today: Spring Just to get into the mood...sunny days are comming. I know some parts of the world e.g. Seasons Temperate Spring Summer Autumn Winter Tropical Dry season Wet season Minneapolis are still covered...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: Acronym

    The word of today: Acronym This word caused a big discussion yesterday in my comments. So today i thought i will post the complete and correct definition of acronym. Main Entry: ac·ro·nym Pronunciation: 'a-kr&-"nim Function: noun Etymology: acr- + -onym A word (as NATO, radar, or snafu) formed...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: RSS

    The word (yes AN acronym) for today is:RSS RSS (RDF Site Summary - formerly called Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication) is a method of describing news or other Web content that is available for "feeding" (distribution or syndication) from an online publisher to Web users. RSS defines an...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: Insomnia

    Because sleep needs differ from person to person and even year to year, there is no "correct" amount of sleep. In general, most people need between 7 to 9 hours of restful sleep in order to feel their best the next day, but some people do fine on 4 or 5 and others may need 10 or more. The average person...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: Workflow

    The word (yes NO acronym) for today is: Workflow The automation of a process or series of processes through the linking of tasks and activities. The CRM software automatically routes tasks, notifications and records to predefine or user selected destinations such as users, departments, or business units...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: ROI

    The word for today is: ROI - Return on Investment The calculation of how much money will be saved or earned as a result of the investment in a CRM solution. An ROI analysis should be prepared at the start of a CRM initiative. After a predetermined period of time has past from the date the CRM solution...
  • Blog Post: Today's word: CRM

    As of today i will try to post a new word every day, week or month. It's always a word used in ICT. The word for today is: CRM - Customer Relationship Management An enterprise-wide strategy and solution that impacts customer-facing departments and processes in a company. It is designed to improve customer...
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