Exact Measurement? For Innovation, and Progress

A coherence-based Noise Reduction System, approaches a time-independent reference, or exact standard, for the measurement of time. Download summary of scientific research here.

Transforming Corporate Culture From The Ground Up: A Few Examples ...

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Areas of Application of Coherence Technology Pdf download here: https://www.upgradingtechnology.com/support-files/areasofapplication.pdf

With the flip of a switch things got easier, overnight.

"Increased Creativity and Productivity"

"Clearer thinking and greater energy" 

"Reduced eye strain and fatigue while working on computers"

"Friendlier, more effective communications" 

Now any company can implement a technology that...

  •  improves productivity and employee loyalty, automatically
  •  requires zero training,
  •  requires zero motivation, and
  •  requires only a single technology upgrade with zero compatibility problems

Here are some examples of increased human performance simply by introducing Coherence Technology's Quantum Noise Reduction System™ QNRS™ to the workplace.

",,,the second phase addressed customer service staff who spend 6-8 hours a day answering their phones and responding by either phone or onsite visitation to resolve a staff member's problem.  The job, in itself, is very demanding and stressful.

However, and a bit surprised, our end-user support "experts" showed a remarkable, upbeat disposition after the Windows-based Quantum Byte software program was installed.  My pre- and post-test queries were not in keeping with your recommended time frame.  I gave the questionnaire to people before they actually installed the software, and then gave them the same questionnaire about three months later.

I think you will find the results quite satisfying.  One of the most obvious effects has been the impression of other teams of experts from other buildings.  They view our test group as much more relaxed, professional, and the place they want to be if given the opportunity."

-- Bret Hollander, Computer Systems Officer, International Monetary Fund

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