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Ratings and Reviews program offers a platform for users of System z

2/28/2012 5:40:49 AM |

IBM is actively soliciting System z user reviews. Customers who bought System z products are invited to write reviews and leave ratings on the product and their experience.

Likewise, reviews on Power Systems and storage products are also welcome. Now is your chance to share your opinion with your fellow customers and IBM. To post a review or rate a product, go to Ratings and Reviews.

It’s a quick-and-easy, three-step process:

1. Drill down to the System z product you want to review.
2. Rate it based on features, design, performance and value—and if you would recommend it to others.
3. Check your work, and submit.

IBM allows you to pick an overall rating from one to five stars as well as the ability to choose your review title and share a review with no set word limit. Although it’s not required, you can also share your company URL and even your company’s logo. And, if you want, you can indicate whether you’d like to be contacted privately by a potential customer to discuss the product and your experience with it. 

This feature is designed to provide an easy way to give feedback, share your opinion with customers, and see what they think. Try it out!

Julie Cohen is the digital marketing manager for IBM System z.  


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