The word feedback is a noun. Feedback means (1) response to an inquiry or experiment, (2) the process in which part of the output of a system is returned to its input in order to regulate its further output.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word feedback.
Vovici is an aggregation of the words voice and vision. This name represents listening to the customer. Vovici, which began in 2005, has developed a survey method that they call The Feedback Driven Action Model, which moves beyond the simple survey to bring more instantaneous and constant feedback to businesses. The website lists products, services, clients, news and events, and more.
DPreviews, founded in 1998, provides news, reviews and information about digital photography and digital imaging. On the website, users can find reviews and feedback about all types of cameras and other equipment. Further links are to the buying guide, a gallery of photographs taken by the individual cameras, a discussion forum, a glossary and learning site, and more.
GMI, founded in 1999 with headquarters in Washington State, is a global provider of integrated market intelligence solutions. They offer software packages that provide feedback to managers, do surveys, provide summary reports, analyze research, and much more. The website provides details about products, information about events, news and press releases.
The following articles provide recent feedback-related news.
Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder praised star guard Donovan Mitchell for using his social media platform to push for social justice and cited some of the negative feedback as proof that significantly more progress must be made.
ESPN. Friday, 26 Jun 2020 13:42:15 EST.