Exceeding Expectations

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011 6 comments

Exceeding-ExpectationsThese slides can be used to demonstrate how your company puts in the extra effort to exceed expectations in a contractual agreement.

In any contractual relationship there are often service level agreements and key performance indicators that essentially set the level of effort expected.

At the start of a contract, the effort that your prospect requires its supplier to put in will meet that expectation. However, over time, clients may need their suppliers to increase the effort that they put into the relationship, but due to the contractual limits they may not be willing to do this. This can cause problems for the client organisation.

However, as a supplier, you work to get the job done, rather than working to the contract and so not delivering. As a result, your company works closely with its clients to ensure that they are satisfied and that you deliver to meet their needs, ultimately driving greater levels of success for both partners.

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6 Comments to Exceeding Expectations

  1. #1

    Craig@complete-personnel.com.au

    3:47 am, July 2nd, 2011

    I have downloaded the exceeding expectations. How am I able to amend the text to put our company name in the Another Co box? or do I have to pay a fee for this to be done.

    Regards,

    Craig

  2. #2

    Richard Goring

    5:39 pm, July 4th, 2011

    Hi Craig,

    No fee, just a little PowerPoint work required. If you have PowerPoint 2007 or 2010 installed, you will need to do the following. The ‘ANOther logo’ is in a box behind the ‘Supplier’ box. You first need to move the supplier box out of the way (anywhere will do for now), so that you can see the ANOther logo.

    Now, click on the ANOther logo box to select it and then click again on the logo itself, which will highlight just the logo within the box shape. If you now right click on the logo, you should see an option to ‘Change Picture…’ half way down the popup menu. Selecting this option will allow you to replace the ANOther logo with any other image (including your own logo).

    Final step is then to move the ‘Supplier’ box back over the logo box. I would suggest using the shape align tools to do this. Does this help?

    Richard

  3. #3

    J

    5:02 am, December 3rd, 2012

    I just downloaded this slide as well, but would like to know if there is any way to remove the m62 logo at the top of the page?

  4. #4

    Harry Wilson

    9:07 am, December 4th, 2012

    Hi J, on PowerPoint go to View -> Slide Master, then just click on the logo and delete or replace! Thanks

  5. #5

    J

    4:44 pm, December 4th, 2012

    Thank you very much Harry! Have a great day.

  6. #6

    Harry Wilson

    9:12 am, December 5th, 2012

    You’re welcome!

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