savviness

savviness

(ˈsævɪnɪs)
n
the quality or state of being savvy
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But in order to get this purified form of meaningful and filtered data, one would need three things: the appropriate proprietary technological platform, teams of qualified data scientists, and a new breed of communicators who combine social media savviness with traditional strategic PR expertise.
Hernandez is known for her attention to detail, tech savviness and commitment to customer service, and she has a great network of agents, lenders and contractors.
Head of Consumer Secured Lending, OCBC Bank, Ms Phang Lah Hwa said, "While technology, customer savviness and behaviour have changed significantly over the years, the home loans business has largely stayed the same - banks have essentially just fulfilled one aspect of the entire home buying process, which is to provide a loan.
With luck, he will not make the mistake of his brother bishops in underestimating the savviness and moral outrage of the Chilean people," said Barrett Doyle, who last week released research showing nearly 80 Chilean priests have been credibly accused or convicted of abuse.
This is a function of two factors: great education at the CFP schools and the tech savviness of this generation.
In the past, Pakistan demonstrated its financial savviness by launching investment vehicles required for economic development along with policy making and planning.
So the changes you see are more about customer intelligence, data savviness, creating a deep, differentiating customer experience, without always physically meeting the customer.
Said another way, these shoppers show higher rates of digital engagement and savviness, and digital activities are very integrated into their day-to-day lives.
growing old socially: Baby boomers' digital savviness is underestimated
This lack of venture capital funding is in stark contrast to the tech savviness of consumers and businesses in Mena and Turkey and their growing demand for advanced and competitive technology products and services.
This lack in venture capital funding is in stark contrast to the tech savviness of consumers and businesses in Mena and Turkey and their growing demand for advanced and competitive technology products and services.