Microsoft Abrira tienda propia en Gringolandia

Bueno, como me da flojera traducir, solo les resumo que el gigante del Software Microsoft abrira su tienda para dar mejor servicio al cliente y tendra como jefe al actual mero mero de Dreamworks David Porter, quien tambien trabajo ni mas ni menos que para Wal Mart por 25 Años!
Asi que si les va bien, no duden en ver luego una tiendita de estas vendiendo software(juegos, programas) consolas, pcs o cualquier cosa que a microcrap se le ocurra en mi Mexico lindo y querido, yo lo que le veo de bueno es que generara mas trabajos, podremos ir a buscar lo que buscamos pa la pc, o pal ectzbotz, etc. Podemos probarlo, (quiza halla trabajos de eso tambien) podemos hacer sugerencias, y obvio ellos tendran mas dominio publico.
Uds como lo ven?
Software giant taps Wal-Mart veteran to spearhead effort “to create a better PC and Microsoft retail purchase experience.”
With endeavors like the Xbox Live Marketplace and Zune Marketplace, Microsoft has been cutting out the retail middleman for years. However, the Xbox 360 maker’s latest initiative goes a bit further, cutting the retail middleman out of the retail experience.

Microsoft today announced that it will be launching its own chain of stores “to transform the PC and Microsoft buying experience.” In particular, the company mentioned a desire to better articulate and demonstrate the advantages of its products. Additionally, Microsoft hopes “to create deeper engagement with consumers and continue to learn firsthand about what they want and how they buy.”
To oversee the project, Microsoft has appointed David Porter to be the company’s corporate vice president of retail stores. Porter has been head of Dreamworks Animation SKG’s worldwide product distribution since 2007, but it’s likely his prior experience that Microsoft hopes to draw on. Before joining Dreamworks, Porter spent 25 years with retail giant Wal-Mart, eventually working his way up to vice president and general merchandise manager of the chain’s entertainment division.
There is no time frame for when the Microsoft stores might open, and no locations have been determined, but those will be Porter’s first priorities when he begins his work on Monday.
“I am excited about helping consumers make more informed decisions about their PC and software purchases, and we’ll share learnings from our stores with our existing retail and OEM partners that are critical to our success,” Porter said in a statement.


~ by Ozl on February 14, 2009.

One Response to “Microsoft Abrira tienda propia en Gringolandia”

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