Portmore United’s dream start to the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) came to an unlikely end yesterday after they fell 1-0 to bottom-of-the-table University of the West Indies (UWI) Football Club at the UWI Bowl. The St Catherine-based club had a perfect three wins from as many matches, but Kemar Cummings’ 87th-minute strike ended that record and gave newcomers UWI their first-ever Premier League win. “We were hungry for it,” UWI’s coach, Marcel Gayle, told The Gleaner. “We were more disciplined and more organised, but most importantly, we got the win.” The three points lifted UWI to ninth, tied with eighth-place Harbour View (three points), but sit above Tivoli Gardens, Boys’ Town and Waterhouse, who are all yet to win this season. The defeat also meant Port-more lost their place at the top, as they slipped to second behind Reno, who stopped Tivoli 3-2. Randell Morris netted the winner from the spot in the third minute of added time after the teams were locked at 2-2. At Stadium East, Cavalier registered their second straight win with a 2-0 win over Rivoli. Ryan Miller fired the home team ahead on the stroke of half-time before Chevone Marsh sealed the win seven minutes from time. “It was a harder game than I thought it would be,” winning coach Rudolph Speid said afterwards. “They came close to scoring on a few occasions, but once we settled and started passing the ball, we got the first goal, and the second goal was just a matter of time.” The win carried Cavalier to third on seven points, ahead of Humble Lion only on goal difference, three behind leaders Reno (10) and two adrift of Portmore United (9). At Barbican field, Montego Bay United continue Boys’ Town’s miserable start, handing the hosts a 3-0 defeat. MoBay sit mid-table with Arnett Gardens, on six points. Waterhouse currently sit at the bottom with one point from their games, and will play Harbour View in the Monday-night game at Harbour View this evening at 8:30 p.m.
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Related Posts Here’s how Lynn Cox of UserVoice explains it:How the system works is on a “thank you” basis. Customers can thank the help person that made them happy. Help teams are working within a system that features a tracking dashboard – it tracks each person’s “customer thanks” and everyone can see how the whole team is doing in real-time. So with this system, customers are happy from the fast/helpful/human responses they receive and support teams are more engaged in a fun game-like atmosphere.The idea is to give teams a way to quantify customer satisfaction and track progress.Will it work? I’m skeptical. What is the incentive for a customer to go through the additional step of “thanking” their representative? In my experience, it can be difficult to get users and customers to acknowledge that an issue is resolved. So collecting accurate feedback may be an issue.Beyond that, most customer service systems already have some sort of metrics – number of open help desk requests, average resolution time, etc. – and some sort of rewards system. As I’ve written before, there’s not a lot of difference between “gamification” and good management.Fortunately for UserVoice, it doesn’t have to rely entirely on its game mechanics to stay afloat. By charging per admin, instead of per support agent, its pricing is competitive. And if the quality of its help desk product is comparable to its feedback product, it should be a success. But I’m doubtful that gimmicks will ever make customer support jobs any better for those that don’t enjoy it.UserVoice competes with Get Satisfaction in the customer feedback market, and with companies like Assistly, Zendesk and Zoho in the help desk market. klint finley Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Tags:#enterprise#saas IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Plenty of people have tried to make customer service “fun.” If you’ve ever worked a customer service job, you may have seen a FISH! Training Video. But chances are a video about a bunch of happy-go-lucky fish throwers somewhere in Seattle didn’t make working the swing shift at a call center for minimum wage any better. (Apparently, those videos don’t make the people who actually work at that fish stand very happy either.)This week UserVoice, the idea management/customer feedback software-as-service we’ve raved about, announced that it’s getting into the hosted help desk business. And UserVoice hopes to make customer service fun by adding game mechanics to the help desk. The target audience is different – UserVoice is targeting application support teams, not contact centers – but the idea is the same: to make customer service fun.
Sania Mirza and Somdev Devvarman bolstered India’s gold hopes in tennis on Friday as they proceeded to the singles final. But in the men’s doubles, India received a huge shock when Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi crashed out of the semi-finals.Paes and Bhupathi, the top-seeded doubles pair, were India’s brightest prospect to bring the gold medal but they failed to get past Australia’s Paul Hanley and Peter Luczak who easily won the match 6-2, 6-2.In the other semi-final, English pair Ross Hutchins and Ken Skupski got the better of Rohan Bopanna and Somdev Devvarman 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Bopanna and Somdev will now face Paes and Bhupati in the bronze medal- deciding match.In the men’s singles semi-finals, there was good news as Somdev gave no chance to his Australian opponent Matt Ebden to clinch his match 6-3, 6-1. Sania also had a fairytale win over Australian Olivia Rogowska by 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the women’s semi-final.