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customer-focusedadjective

also customer-focussed uk   us   also customer-oriented, UK also customer-orientated
paying great attention to the needs and opinions of customers: The internet is making TV much more customer-focused.
customer focus
noun [C or U]
This article describes the need for all companies to have a strong customer focus.
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