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This paper will focus on a credit card call center. What is their contingency plan? What is the financial impact during disruptions like the pandemic? How can these results be prevented in the future? What lessons were learned

The introduction to the study is usually the last segment to be drafted while working on Chapter 1. Draft a one-paragraph introduction to the study mentioning the essential segments found in Chapter 1 (Hint: usually the APA Level 1 headings are mentioned!)
Background of the Problem
The goal for this segment is to orientate your audience to the topic and problem driving the research project. Using one to one one-half pages, draft an illustrative essay segment meeting the following criteria:
• indicates why the problem requires attention and research (use literature to show the need for attention);
• indicates how the problem is related to a business, financial, economic, socioeconomic, or similar critical problem affecting stakeholder groups, organizations, and individuals;
• broadly describes the problem such that the audience understands the big picture of the problem (use literature to support the big picture);
• slowly narrows the focus to the exact problem driving the study; and
• supplies a smooth transition from this segment into the problem statement.
After reading this segment, your audience should feel comfortable with the problem driving your study.
Problem Statement
The problem statement is a vital part of Chapter 1 because it illustrates the problem you wish to tackle while building/executing your study. This statement (having a maximum of 250 words) presents an approachable and documented business, financial, economic, socioeconomic, or similar critical problem affecting stakeholder groups, organizations, and individuals

Type of service: Disssertation services
Type of assignment: Dissertation
Subject: Business
Pages/words: 55/15125
Number of Sources: 30
Academic level: Doctoral
Paper Format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English