“Reach out and touch someone!”

? Back in the 1970s, Bell System had a jingle that went, “Reach out, reach out and touch someone.” AT&T carried that same campaign into the 80s. They were those heartwarming ad campaigns that promoted connecting with friends and family. Back then, the telephone or “landline” was the fastest way to communicate. Now, we live in a world of cell phones, texting, email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snap-Chat…. you get the idea. We are now inundated with messages in a variety of forms. Unfortunately, with all the available methods, it is still possible to lose contact with people.

All of us at BIAS value our ability to communicate with you, our clients. Not only do we want to hear from you, but it’s imperative to keep you informed of important changes, software updates, and other information that is important to you. To make this happen, we have two requests for you.

First, if you haven’t done so yet, go visit our new website biasonline.com When you go there click on the Subscribe button to get signed up to receive our newsletter. This will ensure that you are not missing out on important information.
Secondly, we need to be informed about any changes that have been made to your contact information. If you have a new phone number, email address, name change, new employees, or moved to a new location, we want to update our information so we don’t miss connecting with you. Simply send an email with those details to katie@biassoftware.com and she’ll update your account. It’s as easy as that.

Thank you in advanced for your help connecting with us! As we go into the weekend, consider taking a moment to connect with your folks, sibling, or that friend you just haven’t connected with in a long time. If we’ve learned anything from the 70s & 80s phone company ads, it’s that I’m sure they’d love to hear from you too.

 

Extra Credit Quiz ?:
“Reach Out and Touch (somebody’s hand)” was the 1970 debut solo single of which Motown singer?
(Put your answer in the comments below!)

Howdy, I’m Jason the Client Success Manager at BIAS. I have the joy of working with a team of knowledgeable professionals that work hard every day to support you with your software questions. I have a broad experience including running a hardware store, being a financial analyst in banking, a fire chief, and a 911 call-taker and dispatcher. When I am not here at BIAS, I love to kayak, fish, & hunt.

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