I recently came across an article about comfort and was intrigued by the parallel’s it has to both my personal purchasing behaviors and my professional responsibilities.
We can all probably relate to purchase regret; a product that didn’t meet our expectations, a bad customer service call associated with a product, or simply learning of a friend that “got a better deal” as some examples of this regret.
A recent Angie’s List article touts the benefits of two-stage air conditioning systems, mentioning the compressor as a standout feature that differentiates it from a standard, single stage cooling system. The article also explains the details of the energy savings and comfort benefits. It’s really good to see this message communicated in this popular consumer forum.
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Getting Comfortable with Designer Air, a new webinar series on how modulation technologies are enabling enhanced comfort and improved efficiency in homes and businesses around the U.S. This webinar series is designed specifically for air conditioning contractors and facility managers to become more informed on the latest information about compressor modulation and the role it plays in enabling ‘Designer Air’.
Emerson Climate Technologies recently held its fifth E360 Forum on September 3 in Dallas. The event was attended by more than 120 refrigeration industry constituents, ranging from supermarket, restaurant and convenience store end users to trade media representatives, refrigerant providers and original equipment manufacturers. Coming off the heels of the EPA’s final ruling on refrigerant delisting, it was no surprise that the far-reaching regulatory implications — including the DOE’s energy efficiency measures on walk-ins, reach-ins and ice machines — were main topics of conversations.
What if convenience stores could build trust one experience at a time?
This is the second post in a six-part series that addresses the main business challenges convenience store operators face today.