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French term or phrase:clefs d'entree
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06:04 Aug 20, 2001
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Marketing
French term or phrase: clefs d'entree
"Identifier les critères d ’achat (clefs d’entrée) du consommateur". This is a document about the retail business. I'm not sure if there's a specific English term used in the retail business for "clefs d'entree."
Thanks in advance, Karen
Karen Tucker
United States
Local time: 21:19
(Input) Keywords
Explanation:
or Key fields (I would leave "input" away)
or –if you want to be more database oriented– use simply "Indexed topics", "Indexed fields".

Clefs d'entrée very probably refers here the topics by which a selection can be made, that is to say the database entries which are going to be indexed in order to retreive them fast and to extract almost instantaneously.

When filling the form either internally or by the customer itself, one must choose one or more of these topics, for example : when asked "for which reason did you buy by XXX ? Tick the appropriate boxes", each box title. In my example it could be "price, quality, service, support, delivery, etc" is called a "clef d'entrée".

HTH

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Yves Georges
France
Local time: 03:19
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That makes a lot of sense. I hadn't thought of that possibility, but was thinking more in line with the second answer, i.e. hooks for bringing in the customer. But in any case, they're essentially the same thing. Thanks very much! Karen
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Summary of answers provided
napurchase triggersmckinnc
na -1(Input) Keywords
Yves Georges
na -1Entry keysIsodynamia


  

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11 mins peer agreement (net): -1
Entry keys


Explanation:
Have a look at the website below.


    Reference: http://support.tandy.com/support_radios/doc6/6951.htm
Isodynamia
Greece
Local time: 04:19
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek, Native in EnglishEnglish

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
disagree  mckinnc: Definitely not. This site refers to the physical keys on the device for entering data
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15 mins
purchase triggers


Explanation:
I wonder if I didn't once hear the term "hooks" used for this.

mckinnc
Local time: 03:19
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51 mins peer agreement (net): -1
(Input) Keywords


Explanation:
or Key fields (I would leave "input" away)
or –if you want to be more database oriented– use simply "Indexed topics", "Indexed fields".

Clefs d'entrée very probably refers here the topics by which a selection can be made, that is to say the database entries which are going to be indexed in order to retreive them fast and to extract almost instantaneously.

When filling the form either internally or by the customer itself, one must choose one or more of these topics, for example : when asked "for which reason did you buy by XXX ? Tick the appropriate boxes", each box title. In my example it could be "price, quality, service, support, delivery, etc" is called a "clef d'entrée".

HTH




    many years struggling in the hard datasystem/database environment
Yves Georges
France
Local time: 03:19
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 75
Grading comment
That makes a lot of sense. I hadn't thought of that possibility, but was thinking more in line with the second answer, i.e. hooks for bringing in the customer. But in any case, they're essentially the same thing. Thanks very much! Karen

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
disagree  mckinnc: why does it then say in parentheses, "criteres d'achat"?
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