Making and Keeping Promises
David J Dunworth O.C.E.
Why would anyone want to be great at doing this? It makes all the sense in the world, that’s why! I have the greatest news on this front that I have heard in years, and it comes from a fellow entrepreneur with drive, determination and a death grip on promises,
both made and kept. His new business entity, The Promise Engine (www.promiseengine.com) is the latest and greatest tool to accomplish your business promises.
- The best way to grow your business – capture AND keep every promise made to your customers.
- Customers expect nothing less.
- It will help your bottom line – more repeat business and higher retention of your customer base, along with higher referrals.
The Promise Engine
Promises, Promises . . . Keep them ALL!
Not only did I like the
process, it is easy to get started and a great tool for communication with and
about your customer base, the people and products or services involved, and the
outcomes as well.
This may sound like a sales pitch, and maybe it is, but I believe in this system. The affordability of The Promise Engine is astounding. There are no monthly fees,
maintenance agreements or contracts. I love it!
I used The Promise Engine on several projects, and am convinced that it can work for any business no matter the size. If you have the time and curiosity, take a look and see for
yourself. I think you will agree that its simplicity and ease of use, along with its affordability make it a truly great program.
If you would like some information on it, I know there is a free white paper being offered on his site, which again is, www.promiseengine.com.
This caffeinated individual truly believes that the solo-preneur to the Fortune 500 company can benefit from it.
Happy Promise Keeping!