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Noun1.differentiator - a person who (or that which) differentiates
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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That said, he notes that there were two recurring themes that stood out to him across the presentation, namely privacy as a key competitive differentiator in the pivot toward Services; and Apple's tight HW/SW/Services integration as an increasing advantage in the push to embed AI/ML features.
A business can hang its hat on offering great customer service, but to actually have customer service be a differentiator, it has to truly stand out beyond anything other companies are offering.
And underpinning all of them is a fact today's companies know all too well: Outstanding customer service isn't just a nice differentiator; it's mission-critical.
We really find the biggest differentiator for Kimpton is our commitment to empowerment and servant leadership.
Being that you have a deep-water port, a lot of good rail infrastructure with two Class 1 rail lines, CSX and Norfolk Southern, coming in, it is a major differentiator in that you can go after tenants that wouldn't just land in a typical industrial park.<br />You are able to condense their supply chain, so that if they wanted to bring in goods to our port and then process them in a building, whether it's a manufacturing building, or just straight distribution, and they can ship out and can create some efficiencies by shipping out some goods by rail, some by truck, depending on where they're going, it is a major differentiator.<br />So you can really expand that potential ...
"Most consumers indicate that while mobile ordering is appealing in this segment, it's more likely to be a differentiator rather than a necessity," says Kelly Weikel, director of consumer insights for Technomic.
According to Accor's vice-president for information technology for South America Erwan Le Goff, the aim of the project is to offer more personalisation and create a market differentiator for the French hotel brand.
Intellect pioneered Design Thinking for cutting-edge products and solutions for Banking and Insurance, with design being the company's key differentiator in enabling digital transformation.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 3 (ANI): While art might come across as an expensive option to developers looking for the next big differentiator, innovations like art-on-subscription are all set to change the game.
Careem is at the forefront of this trend and I'm excited to work with the team to ensure that customer experience continues to be a strategic differentiator for us," she said.
Green building continues to be a major market differentiator and employee wellness is becoming more important for building occupants, according to the second annual survey by construction management firm Structure Tone.
HMD Global, the Finnish startup with exclusive license to Nokia brand plans to launch at least 6-7 new Android smartphones this year and could introduce a new AI assistant as a differentiator.