Business, Virtue, Education
What is Postmates?: A delivery company that works with local deliveries from restaurants and groceries, including Walmart with a unique addition to the Walmart return policy.
Item out of Stock: Not charged.
During the pandemic, while ordering many items and also having many orders, I was lucky to not be charged for an item out of stock as per the Walmart return policy of a Walmart near me.
Otherwise, having to return an item requiring the receipt, debit card (if used) , and the item of purchase.
A virtue in business and what one might consider to be 'a breath of fresh air' in business education.
In business, when you compare food delivery and shopping for your own groceries, as a local company it would seem much more economical to provide the use of all reasonable technology if at all possible or available to use.
With innovative apps on the new iPhone and Android smartphones, providing a variety of multiple services for the simple act of delivering goods from the seller to the consumer is a new direction in the virtue of education.
The progression of technology has had an astonishing impact on technology improvement through many years, and even faster in the science of computer networking since companies began launching and people began effectively utilizing the average iPhone and Galaxy smartphones and their mobile app stores.
Yet also having an astonishing impact on the functions of successful networking by the means of successful connection on a direct Company-to-Consumer basis.
Does this mean more or less of the average progressive interaction?
Has technology provided us with more than we could bargain for?
Working in retail and restaurant service environments, coincidentally, has had very little change in the progression of technology and the science of computer networking.
It could be due to the scientific measures in sociology, asserting the assumption that in the field of technology,
'There are no real customers'
And also asserting in the field of hospitality, within the same scientific measurements, that
'The customers are not actually a part of the business'
These are two statements in two separate operating businesses with the virtue of education provided by the technology in their fields of evaluative sciences.
, If customers were ever real in technology, then technical operating individuals would have the assertion of views in hospitality.
And if customers were actually a part of the fields of hospitality, then in retail and in restaurants, the workers would have the assertion of views in individual technology uses.
The fast growing economy of technology answers, if there is a Walmart near me, if the Walmart is then open.
In the fundamentals of hospitality, a breath of fresh air in business virtue, I was able to not be charged for an item that was out of stock.
Does that also mean that as a customer, I am also a part of the evaluative science of hospitality?
Or does that simply mean that I'm a product of technology operation?
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