KRIF rewards selected journalists… As it outdoors customer feedback device

A group picture of Awardees with Rev. Okosun, Executive Chair of KRIF GH. Ltd.

To climax the celebration of the German national week 2017, as well as, the 32-year of existence of Krif; awards certificates of honour were bestowed on some journalists who partnered Krif in its activity at a press soiree last week.

A total of 7 journalist from six media organisations were awarded to show Krif’s appreciation for their work and dedication.

The awardees who are also referred to as ambassadors of Krif are Melvin Tarlue of Daily Guide, John Elliot of The Finder, Seth Bokpe of Daily Graphic, Robert Oduro of The Corporate Guardian Magazine, Ernest Nutsuga of The Spectator and Ernest Bako of the B&FT.

The Executive Chairman of Krif Ghana Limited, Rev. Kennedy Okosun, stated that the relationship Krif has with the media dates back as old as the company itself, because the media has always been an integral part of what Krif does.

“Krif’s desire to publicly show our gratitude to the media men and women for their long-running collaboration; a show of gratitude which will see deserving media professionals who have gone in and out of the trenches with the company, receive awards,” he said.

The relationship between Krif Ghana Limited and the media is as old as the company itself. The media has been a key part of events organised by Krif Ghana Limited over the last 32-year, with product launch events in Accra, Kumasi and Takoradi,” he added.

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, Peter Szijjarto, launched the ‘Krif Ghana’ Customer Feedback Device and Queue Management System in the Ghanaian market last month at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel.

At an event which was part of the activities of the Ghana -Hungary Business Forum and graced by the Minister for Business Development in Ghana, Ibrahim Awal, CEO of GIPC, Yofi Grant, and the Hungarian ambassador to Ghana among others.

The device, after being run on a pilot basis, is now out-doored to the Ghanaian public for use, to help improve customer service.

Rev. Okosun, outdooring the device said the device is capable of providing information that can help an organisation to gather data which could help it address customer needs at first hand, and expand customer base.

“The device is an innovative, Microsoft- based device which comes with a user-friendly design, ease of installation, dependability and can be customized to dovetail into the peculiarities of any client’s operations.”

The device is ideal for teller performance measurement, showcasing customer focus orientation but can be used by large organizations who serve large clients. It guarantees confidentiality and objectivity in data gathering, and can be an important source for the provision of vital human resource HR statistics.

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