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Prior to joining CCHS, Doug was an executive at Accenture engaged in domestic and international projects in corporate strategy, global program management and key business account development. Doug holds a Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Chris leads our operations and technology organizations, as well as other Administrative functions. This includes our customer service centers, service technician network, IT strategy, operations and development and all related functions. The scope of his responsibilities integrates the development of customer driven service practices along with new technology applications to ensure continual innovation in how we serve customers. Prior to joining Cross Country Chris was President of Services at Best Buy which included leading the Geek Squad and service contract business. His deep career experience also includes global executive roles at NCR Corporation, Lenovo, Dell and Compaq. Additionally, Chris serves on the Board of Trustees for the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN, one of the leading multi discipline Contemporary Art Museums in the world. Andrea Kane oversees our talent management, total rewards, training and development, employee recognition and internal communications strategies. Her focus is on enhancing our organizational culture and talent capabilities to better attract, develop, retain great people, and foster a highly engaged culture as a great place to work. Andrea has a proven track record of guiding companies through cultural and digital transformations, and has a passion for delivering creative and innovative talent solutions.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

It's illogical to believe you can get anything substantial for the mere $75 service fee the customer pays, which, in most cases, is all we could charge for the entire service call. Hence, the denials, long wait times and band aid repairs. Paying customers always come first, regardless of how many newborns are involved. Every household in America contains someone who doesn't need to be hot or cold. If we charged the home warranty company more than $25 $50 in addition to what the customer paid, if we were lucky enough to collect the service fee, we would be threatened by the home warranty company, as all these calls were averaged and the total cost per call average had to stay below $200, or we were gone. The lower the cost average, the higher the call volume. High volume and low dollars does not make for a satisfactory business. The real customer is the home warranty company. Also, the reason the turnaround time on parts is so long, is that if we supplied the parts, we could not charge The warranty company any more than if than if we didn't supply it. Therefore, we would just let purchasing send the parts from wherever they chose, without overnight shipping. We tried offering the service to customers of picking up the parts locally for extra $ but that is a no no and just made everyone angry.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Plus what little the warranty company kicks in. We are a Service repair Hvac company who will not work for home warranty companies. They twist all information and ask us to bill the customer for all items not covered by their terms. It is not worth the wasted time. most customers think the will pay nothing and are not prepared for this expense. They also do not pay the bill we send them.