CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study The use, acceptance, adoption and application of internet technology to businesses to boast their performances are not something new. Saffu et al., (2008), states that there has been a significant increase in the use and application of e-commerce in businesses in the past decade. E-commerce
1.1 Definition The purchaser purchasing procedure is a complex matter as many internal and external factors have an impact on the buying decisions of the consumer. Before a business can create promoting schemes, they should understand the factors which influence buyer behavior and how they settle purchase choices to fulfill their requirements and needs. Buyer behavior result from profound qualities and dispositions. Customer Relationship management is the strongest and the most effective methodology in keeping up and making associations with customers. It is also unadulterated business as well as ideal and strong individual behavior within people. Although this is about growing long term relationships with the customer, nowadays, it can be
Executive Summary CRM as we know it today has evolved out of a variety of stand-alone technologies, such as call centers, and sales force automation systems. During the 1980s companies had begun to notice that it was possible to consolidate these disparate technologies. Insurance companies and banks, in particular, saw a golden marketing opportunity in the customer data they had gathered. Call centers began to conduct outbound calls such as up-selling where they would persuade the customer to purchase: more products from their line, upgrades, or other add-ons and so on. Soon enough customers began to be seen as a single entity across all departments, which led to a single view of ‘the customer’. Customers soon got used to CRM care and
Research into the specific Customer Strategies of CBA and NAB A customer strategy that CBA utilise to enhance the customer relationships with the brand is new high-tech ATMs. The advanced ATMs can now communicate with consumers by asking a series of questions to better learn their financial needs and wants. The
Parvatiyar, A. and Sheth, J.N. (2001), “Customer relationship management: emerging practice, process, and discipline”, Journal of Economic & Social Research, Vol. 3 No. 2, pp. 1-34
Customer Relationship System Introduction Customer relationship system or we called it CRM, which is the one of the information system that has been used by Prudential Assurance Malaysia Berhad. Customer relationship management is a type of software application. Employees can manage customer information by using CRM. The relationship between company and their customers can be grown in long-term and stable. This system’ primary concept is to keep the business operational through finding and maintaining clients. All departments in the same building can keep track of other department processes such as customer service. Technology is required for customer relationship system to organize and analyze business processes.
When it comes to customer relationship management the article notes that the technology should not only be used as a medium or a distribution channel to reach customers; it is an important medium to find new customers and continue relationships with current customers.
(1) Technology and Security issues (2) Legal issues and (3) Regulatory and Supervisory issues The problem here is that since theOne would think that the main purpose for a bank besides managing one 's money would be giving good customer service. Excellence in customer service is the most important tool for sustained business growth. Customer complaints are part of the business life of any corporate entity. This is more so for banks because banks are service organizations. As a service organization, customer service and customer satisfaction should be the prime concern of any bank. Banks believe that by providing prompt and efficient service on to their customers, this is essential not only to attract new customers, but also to retain existing ones because customer dissatisfaction would spoil the bank 's name and image. To provide this kind of service more fast and efficient, the major weapon of bank is e-banking.
Part 4 Customer Relationship Management For most business owners, they would all be in agreement and say that the connection they have with their customers is very important to them because it decides if the business is going to be a great success, or if the business is going to take a nose-dive. As a result, of an increase in customer standards and financial difficulties most firms no matter how big they are, they are taking a second look and thinking about how technology can help them to develop healthier and stronger relationships, and how to capitalize on their business. The best way to handle this situation is to choose a good customer relationship management system this can help a business they can become more efficient while maximizing their productivity. However, CRM systems could only be used by enterprise organizations; that has all changed this system is now being used as an influential factor when determining how well an organization will do (Saab, 2011).
In today’s competitive market, all customer facing organizations (including banks), have realized the importance of customer insight, to grow further. A good CRM strategy is a key factor to differentiate with competitors and create good branding among customer base. Any Bank that cannot leverage CRM, have failed to improve revenue and customer satisfaction.
An effective Customer Relationship Management (CRM) program can be used to identify, retain, satisfy and obtain customers by using technology to optimize strategies for understanding customers’ needs to manage business interactions with current, former, and prospective customers. Additionally, CRM also enables companies to maximize internal, external, marketing and customer service operations to better address the needs of the customer building a better relationship with customers that a more profitable. (Ahmad & Buttle, 2001)
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, analyzed, and distributed to key points (Anderson & Stang, 2000).The business world once was “product-centric”, the companies just provided what they could produce. However, it is now become “customer-centric”, they provide products and service
1. Introduction Today, more and more companies find that cultivating customer loyalty is a key factor to achieve success. Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the relationship between customer and company. Due to this feature, many companies are trying to establish their own CRM system for helping them to connect new customers and boost old customers’ long-term loyalty. CRM systems include operations and analysis, and relationship marketing strategy and supporting, customer-centric business processes (Buttle 2004). With the development of information technology (IT), using CRM system
The project has been undertaken By: SHRIYA MEHROTRA Reg. No. 04VWCM 6117 With the guidance and support of Prof. Raja Sekhar Faculty: MBA [pic] ALLIANCE BUSINESS ACADEMY BANGALORE – 560 076 Batch: 2004-2006 Declaration I, Shriya Mehrotra, student of MBA 4th semester, studying at Alliance Business Academy, Bangalore do here by declare that this project relating to the topic “Customer Relationship Management And Importance Of Relationship Marketing In The Banking
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY • To know the importance of CRM for any organization especially for I.T. • To identify the basic problems of the customers to maintain relations with them. • To identify the needs and preferences of the customers. SCOPE OF THE STUDY As I above say that Customer Relationship Management is the buzzword in present marketing environment. All industries have to take care about their customers, because the present business environment is more customer oriented rather than product oriented.