- n. Plural form of customer.
“His customers come to him; the man on the road must _go after his customers_.”
“* Survey by Broadbandchoices. co.uk coincides with Ofcom ruling that customers should be getting better broadband support broadband customers* by Broadbandchoices. co.uk has revealed that consumers continue to face major difficulties in having their complaints resolved.”
“Shared Risk - to lower the risk to customers*, Hitachi Data Systems will perform the assessment in a shared risk model, where customers pay only if Hitachi Data Systems exceeds the pre-set customer expectations for storage to be reclaimed.”
“One of my customers is a woman is about to get a divorce.”
“Instead of simply porting existing applications to Windows 7 and "recreating the architecture you've lived with for the last decade," Gillen says "my advice to customers is to seriously consider all the options they have.”
“Sometimes putting money into creating value for your customers is a great strategy.”
“Being up front with your customers is always the best policy.”
“It appears that belligerence toward their customers is the main business strategy for both the RIAA and now the MPAA.”
“Connecting with your customers is always a good idea.”
“For example, one of our customers is a well-known producer of drilling machines.”
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