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  • Customer Relationship Management

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    The main goal of Customer relationship management is to create a strong bond between customers and the company. The strong bond can be build by focusing on the two main objectives of CRM. Providing the organization and all of the employees that treat customers with a single and complete view of every customer at every touch point and across all channels and providing the customer a single and complete view of the company and its extended channels (O’Brien, A & Marakas, G. 2004). To provide tools

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Customer relationship management or CRM for short is a model for managing a company’s interactions with current and future customers. When CRM is utilized correctly it will increase profitability and customer loyalty, which are both very important to an organization. It involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support. Customer relationship management is very important in many ways to help a company become and stay successful

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    there. Customer relationships are the most important factor for companies to consider when aiming toward success. What can companies do to improve customer relationships? Improving customer loyalty means the customer keeps coming back even if they are not always completely satisfied with the product. When I think about what brings customers back, and the most important part of a company’s success, it is undeniably customer relationship management. With it being easier for customers to shop from

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Today, customer relationship management is very important to the business world. Most of the companies established a department and the programs to manage their relationship with the customers. Customer relationship management (CRM) is a business strategy which designed to help a company to understand and look forward to the needs of its potential and current customers (Anderson & Stang, 2000). Customer data is being collected in several different areas of the company, stored in a central database

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Customer Relationship Management To manage the relationship with the customer a business needs to collect the right information about its customers and organise that information for proper analysis and action. Businesses need to keep data up-to-date, make it accessible to employees, and provide the essential knowledge for employees to convert that data into products that reflect customers' needs. Customer relationship management (CRM) helps businesses to gain an insight into the behaviour of

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Customer Relationship Management Introduction Marketing has evolved substantially with the advent of technology. Technology has not only introduced additional communication channels to marketers but also allow them to collect large amounts of data and analyse it efficiently to improve segmentation, communication within segments and designing products to meet the needs of customers. Technology provides customers with more power since they are now able to easily compare offerings from various organizations

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Customer Relationship Management A relative of mine works for a corporate firm on CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software. He told me that their company is doing well with their CRM initiative while most of the other companies, using different software, are not achieving their goal of customer satisfaction. That gave me a big click of interest towards my research topic and I came up with a research questions as “How to avoid CRM failure?” and how to choose a best CRM software vendor

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    CRM Features and Benefits CRM (Customer Relationship Management) helps companies to understand, anticipate and respond to their customers' needs in a consistent way, right across their organization (Is4Profit, 2006,1). CRM is a business strategy designed to improve profitability, revenue, and customer satisfaction. It consists of software, services, and a new way of thinking to improve profitability, revenue, and customer satisfaction (Sibel, 2006, 1). Practicing CRM requires an efficient and

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Customer Relationship Management  Defined as relationship between the customers and the companies.  Includes capture, storage & analysis of customer, vendor, partner & internal process information. Three key phases 1. Customer Acquisition : process of attracting customer for their first purchase 2. Customer Retention : customer returns and buys for a second time. This is most likely to be the purchase of a similar product or service, or the next level of product or service 3. Customer

  • Customer Relationship Management System

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    Key Concept Explanation Customer relationship management system is a form of information technology in which information is gathered on customer knowledge (Pai & Tu, 2011). This concept is an asset to organization in the service industry as they can get an insight into what customers are thinking and what they want and need in the services and products they are receiving. I have a certain interest in the way customer feedback can affect an organization and what an organization can do with that information