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Telemedicine – Zooming to New Heights

COVID-19 brought about the explosion of telemedicine for obvious reasons — quick and convenient access between patient and provider, maintaining patient load to prevent appointment cancellations, and — most important — safety for both patients and providers.

“Why would I want to go to a doctor’s office now if I don’t have to?” is today’s common sentiment. “We are hearing from clients who have seen anywhere from 300 to 3,000 percent increase in telehealth. One [client] onboarded four different telehealth partners because the initial process wasn’t able to handle it all,” says Annie Haarmann, senior director of healthcare strategy at Reputation.com.

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The Emerging ‘Feedback’ Economy featuring Ali Fawaz of Reputation.com

The success of an automotive retailer’s business has always been contingent on company values and rapport within the local community. With the rise of social media, businesses encounter new challenges in marketing as reputation moves away from the business’s self-crafted image and instead to a feedback-economy that depends upon consumer reviews on platforms like Google, Yelp, and Twitter.

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It’s a Race to the Top: Automotive Brands, Dealers and Dealer Groups Face off in Reputation.com’s 2020 Automotive Reputation Report Preliminary Results

Reputation.com, provider of the first and only complete cloud-based enterprise reputation and customer experience management platform, released findings of a preliminary analysis of Automotive OEM brands, dealer groups and 25,000+ dealerships across the U.S., Canada and Europe in its 2020 Automotive Reputation Report.

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Dealerships boost efforts to monitor online reviews

The first email Jeff Dyke, president of Sonic Automotive Inc., opens every morning is a message containing the latest online reviews from Sonic’s customers. Dyke said he and Sonic CEO David Smith wake each day eager to assess the public dealership group’s results as compiled by Reputation.com.

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There’s data in the wild — CEO Joe Fuca’s company can help harness it Silicon Valley Business Journal

Having joined Reputation.com as its CEO in 2018, longtime tech industry executive Joe Fuca is aiming to take the Redwood City-based company beyond the $100 million-annual revenue threshold. The closely held company, which was founded in 2006 and employs about 450 people, has made its biggest mark in the automotive and healthcare industries and is looking to broaden its scope in areas such as retail and hospitality.

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