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  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Customer Relationship Management SYMBIOSIS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (SIMS) Dissertation on Customer Relationship Management Submitted By: Ayush Singh Roll no:09 PRN No:68211 Class- 2(D) Semester: Fourth Semester Date required:18/2/2008 Date of Submission: 18/2/2008 Assignment Grade: Comments of the Faculty: 1 Customer Relationship Management CONCEPT OF CRM INTRODUCTION TO CRM CRM (Customer Relationship Management) has been growing steadily

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    The impact of customer relationship management on the financial performance of an organization 1 Chapter 1-Introduction The impact of customer relationship management on the financial performance of an organization 2 1.1 Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the dissertation in brief. Background of the study and rationale of the study are discussed in the first half. Then this chapter goes on to explain six research objectives and two research questions. Finally structure of

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    Introduction Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is an important part of any companies ' sales mix. As part of a sales mix, companies must have a strong sales team; a well planned and executed marketing strategy, and a method to record pertinent information to manage customer relations. A CRM system is an important part in any company. They have a variety of uses from holding basic information such as names and address, to holding other information including relationship history, contract information

  • Customer Relationship Management

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    CRM Customer Relationship Management CRM is a Strategy Most people believe that CRM is just a system that will run their business without making any efforts which is totally wrong. The CRM is a strategy that is run by people to acquire, manage, select, grow and retain a strong relationship with the right customers with the best long-term profit potential. This cannot be done with a CRM system without a good strategy that puts the employees on the right track. The CRM System

  • Customer Relationships Management

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    Customer relationship management (CRM) is a business philosophy and set of strategies, programs, and systems that focuses on identifying and building loyalty with a retailer’s most valued customers (Levy, Weitz 275). A loyal customer is one who is committed to purchasing merchandise and services from a specific retailer, he or she resists the efforts of competitors, and also has an emotional attachment to a retailer. The four steps involved in the formation of a CRM program are collecting customer

  • Crm : Customer Relationship Management

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    CRM – CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT ARPITA JADAV MORGAN DERNER QUINTEAZ MONTFORD For DSIM – 518 COMPETING THROUGH INNOVATION & INFORMATION DAVIS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY SPRING-II 2015 Abstract Customer Relationship Management, also known as CRM, is a technology system that enhances communication between the user and the potential or existing customer. The system is most commonly used in a company to support sales, information technology, and customer service. CRM assists a

  • Crm : Customer Relationship Management

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    CRM – CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Abstract Customer Relationship Management, also known as CRM, is a technology system that enhances communication between the user and the potential or existing customer. The system is most commonly used in a company to support sales, information technology, and customer service. CRM assists a company by providing and recording information to better help the company align with their customer service goals. According to B. O’Connell (2001) in “CRM: The New

  • Customer Relationship Management Essay

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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 ( Crm )

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    Customer Relationship Management (CRM) describes the practices, strategies and technologies many businesses use to manage and critique customer services through customer behavior. A CRM system helps a business relate more to a customer and implementing a functional system will not only increase profits, but our relationship with our customers will grow stronger. CRM systems are designed to store information on customers across a vast majority of channels or points of contact between the customer

  • Why Is Customer Relationship Management?

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    How and why is Customer Relationship Management (CRM) important to sports marketing managers? Introduction In the past two decades, huge marketing and mass marketing have been changed competitive landscape due to growing goods available for consumers. Proliferation of business activities would focus on customer relationship management, which is to achieve competitiveness (Chen et al., 2003). As the concept of customer relationship management has a significant change, there are a variety of CRM definitions

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