Serving your business on the move!
We at Please.Do are revolutionizing the way your company does business on the move. We’re a group of professional associates, eager to help streamline your business. Our goal is to take daunting and mundane tasks off of your employees plates so that they may focus on selling, managing and growing the business.
• Accurately, and
• Cost Effectively
If your team is mobile, Please.Do will certainly increase their effectiveness and save the company money while doing so.
Please.Do is a service of Civicom.
Civicom is a group of people working together to create value for others. We try to do it exceptionally well because we believe we’re creating something important.
Civicom’s marketing research division supports researches by innovating with new technologies enabling researchers to connect with respondents at a distance. IDIs, focus groups, mobile qualitative (InSitu®), bulletin board feedback (Chatterbox™), tech checks, and panel recruiting are just some of the service offerings Marketing Research Support Services delivers to their clients. Find out more.
Civicom’s transcription department, called TranscriptionWing, focuses on quality and speed of delivery at affordable prices. Need a file back in 4-hour? No problem! Have a tight budget and need a discounted rate? Try TranscriptionWing’s 5-day turnaround option at only $1.29/recorded minute. There is even a pricing calculator right on your website to ensure there are no surprises. Find out more.
The Hey DAN business serves sales people around the world by entering notes into CRM systems for them. The Hey DAN value proposition is compelling — we help large companies reduce costs while enabling their sales people to spend more time selling. Hey DAN increases employee satisfaction, dramatically improves institutional memory, and helps sales managers be more effective.
Civicom has acquired or merged with a number of conferencing companies enabling us to serve more customers with more, better services. Most recently, in 2012, we merged with ConferTel, a conferencing company with specialty in managed webinars.
Sustaining a business for the long haul requires honesty, integrity and mutual respect. We not only try to live up to these standards, our managers recite a brief pledge of these principles and “doing the right thing,” twice a month. These principles include commitments to:
- Customer service excellence
- Mutual respect
- Personal and intellectual integrity
- A sense of urgency, innovation and constant improvement
- A positive and hopeful attitude
- Enjoying the challenges and hard work of growing a profitable business in a competitive context
- No bureaucracy, no politics, no egos, no surprises, no high school drama, no tolerance
- Giving back in a meaningful way
We believe that doing our best as a team to live up to these principles will lead to solid, long term financial returns and therefore will enable us to provide secure employment to those who commit to them.
Corporate Tithe & Buy Forward
Ten percent of Civicom’s founding stock was pledged to a non-profit relief and development organization that serves those in need around the world. This commitment was rooted in an age-old principle called a tithe, or “tenth.” The original concept of tithing held that (a) it is our obligation to help those who cannot help themselves, (b) that lots of people giving 10% to this endeavor will substantially address it, and (c) when people give, it comes back — not always in financial terms but in important ways nonetheless. The “Corporate Tithe” is the application this principle which has typically been adopted by individuals — to a company.
The Corporate Tithe is a specific instance of the broader movement of “Buy Forward” companies — those committed, permanently, to giving 5% or more of profits or value to worthy causes. For more about this idea, see www.buyforward.org.
At Civicom being part of the Buy Forward movement elevates our senses of purpose. We often suggest that people “Ask Why We’re Better.” If you take us up on that suggestion, the “Corporate Tithe” might be an important part of the answer.
We’d love to hear from you! Call Us at 844-PLEZE-DO (844-753-9336) or Contact Us so we can tell you more about Please.Do Enterprise’s pilot program!