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ESTEC Co-60 Customer Satisfaction: View Response #507

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Company

networking 

ESA Project

telecom 

Device(s) tested

yes

Contact in your organization (your name)

rcreddy 

Task nr 
You can find it in the subject of the e-mail exchanges or in the Radiation Test Summary (eg: RA0001234)

https://www.fieldengineer.com/ 

1 - Did the services offered meet your requirements?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
1 

2 - Did we provide all services you requested according to the test plan ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
2 

3 - Did we meet the agreed schedule ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
3 

4 - Were our quality assurance measures adequate ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
4 

5 - Did you consider our test equipment appropriate ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
5 

6 - Were the required resources available ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
6 

7 - Did our test summary contain all the required information ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
7 

8 - Did you receive all test data promptly ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
8 

9 - What is your overall rating of the service provided ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
9 

10 - Were you satisfied with the overall lab safety procedures ?

  Not satisfied   Satisfied 
  12345N/A
10 

Please add any additional comments to complement your response.

The difference between Information Technology and Computer Science At a glance, IT (information technology) careers are more about installing, maintaining, and improving computer systems, operating networks, and databases. Meanwhile, computer science is about using mathematics to program systems to run more efficiently, including in design and development. While computer science education isn’t necessary for an IT career, some IT education is fundamental for a computer science degree that later leads to job opportunities. IT can be specialized in many different ways, but CS graduates have opportunities immediately available to them that IT qualified workers don’t. The work environments expected from both careers can vary widely, too. Most IT professionals work as part of a team in an organization, serving internal needs or working directly with clients. Computer scientists, however, work in businesses, colleges, video game development companies, or as freelancers. Regardless of which appeals more, there’s plenty of potential for career growth and lucrative job opportunities in both fields. fieldengineer
Created at 5/23/2019 2:17 PM  by  
Last modified at 5/23/2019 2:17 PM  by