COMPUTERBUZZ, INC. Certified As A Top 20% Performer
Customer references indicate outstanding past performance to Open Ratings during PPE survey process.
- (1888PressRelease) September 10, 2010 - WALTHAM, MA - COMPUTERBUZZ, INC. has been certified as a Top 20% Performer based on the Past Performance Evaluation survey responses of its reference customers. COMPUTERBUZZ, INC.'s PPE score of 96/100 demonstrates outstanding overall customer satisfaction relative to similar companies.
About the Past Performance Evaluation (PPE) Program
Each year, Open Ratings helps thousands of companies secure contracts with large purchasing organizations such as the GSA by verifiying their performance with Past Performance Evaluations (PPEs). The customer satisfaction metrics that are evaluated include:
The PPE score is based on the survey feedback of between four and twenty verified references. The Top 20% rating is relative to similar companies during the same time period.
To Obtain the Detailed PPE Report
To obtain a copy of the PDF PPE report for COMPUTERBUZZ, INC., please visit https://prod.openratings.com/certified/index.pl?page=duns&orderid=1516972.
About Open Ratings
Open Ratings is a leading provider of software, services and information for proactive supply management. Open Ratings solutions help companies to lower costs, reduce risks and increase profitability by reducing supply management costs and improving supply management initiatives. At the core of Open Ratings solutions is patent-pending predictive technology that provides advance notice of supplier performance and financial stability problems. For more information, visit Open Ratings on the Web at http://www.openratings.com.
ComputerBuzz, a management consulting company, was founded in 1997 by Janet Allison. Today, the company serves both small businesses and large corporations.
When potential clients contact ComputerBuzz, they are met with a management consulting firm that not only listens but also understands the technology and accounting aspects of running a business. To learn more, visit www.ecomputerbuzz.com